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A local tradition continues to shine bright at Field End Farm in Eastcote

Field End Farm in Eastcote, near Ruislip and Pinner, has once again transformed into a festive wonderland, captivating the local community with its dazzling Christmas light display.

The festive initiative has been set up to support the Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital Charity, and the farm has set up a JustGiving page to raise funds for this year’s Christmas appeal.

Residents and visitors are invited to experience the magic of Field End Farm’s Christmas lights, a tradition that has become immensely popular in the local area. The farm, situated on Field End Road, has opened its garden to the public, encouraging guests to enjoy the spectacle, capture memorable moments with a few selfies, and contribute to a noble cause.


Field End Farm’s owners express their gratitude to all who have visited, focussing on the dual purpose of their festive endeavor: spreading joy and supporting the incredible work of Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital. On their JustGiving page, they state, “We are delighted you took the time to visit Field End Farm’s Great Ormond Street Christmas Light Display and our JustGiving page.”

The light display, which switches on daily at 2pm, welcomes visitors from 10am to 10pm throughout the holiday season, including Christmas, Boxing Day, and New Year’s Day. The warm invitation extends to all, with hopes that families will continue to visit and contribute to the cause.

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The owners, who have set an ambitious fundraising goal of £50,000, encourage donations through the JustGiving platform. In their message, they assure potential donors that the process is “simple, fast, and totally secure,” and note that all contributions go directly to Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital Charity.

Field End Farm, a private residence, requests visitors to respect their neighbours, follow designated entry points, and admire the decorations responsibly. Their commitment to this annual tradition is driven by the desire to continue bringing joy to the community and supporting the vital work of the children’s charity.

As the lights continue to brighten the Eastcote skyline, Field End Farm extends warm wishes to all, expressing hopes for a Wonderful Christmas, Happy New Year, and, most importantly, good health for everyone in the community.

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