Jack, who lives on Oak Road, has improved his annual display for 2021 by getting rid of many of the older lights and replacing them with new LED ones.
The official switch on took place on Wednesday, December 1, with Jack speaking beforehand about the planning process this year.
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He said: “Everything is set in place and I’ve just been sorting the wiring and the last light bits out now.
"It is a totally new look to the display this year, the older stuff has gone and I’ve replaced it with new LED lights.
"It will now include things like unicorns and stuff that you normally don’t see as Christmas lights, it is totally different.
"Obviously last year I couldn’t advertise it but everyone can do normal things now so I can’t wait for people to see it.”
When Jack, 20, began his displays, it was in an effort to bring joy to his neighbours and now some are even joining in on the fun.
He added: “People have seen me setting up this year’s display and some have been asking me to switch them on early.
"I’ve always had good feedback about the displays so hopefully this year will be the same.
"Since I’ve started putting them up, some of my neighbours have been getting involved and putting their own lights up.”