We asked you to send us photos of your Christmas lights displays - and there are certainly some spectacular houses out there. Here are a couple of our favourites.
The Dunn family sent us this picture of their house in Tiverton. The Dunn's are raising money for charity and have been drawing crowds of onlookers.
This one was sent in by Mr and Mrs Keynes, who live in Yeovil. They've got Santa, holly, a stocking, and even a Christmas pudding.
Thanks to everyone who's sent us pictures. If you want to send yours in you can email us at email@example.com, tweet us @itvwestcountry, or post it on our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ITVWestcountry.
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A National Trust Property near Exeter has been transformed for Christmas.
Killerton has been decorated along the theme of the Nutcracker. It will open its doors to the public tomorrow.
A team of volunteers have been working on the decorations since May - and have produced hundreds of handmade decorations.
- 50 strings of fairy lights
- 90 nutcrackers
- 1,500 baubles
- 70 Chinese spoons
- 30 Christmas trees
An estimated 30,000 people turned out to watch Truro's City of Lights Festival last night - making it one of the busiest ever.
The parade featured giant lanterns with a 'heroes' theme, with some paying tribute to the First World War centenary. The paper and withy creations are made by local school children and a team of artists.
Thousands of people turned out in Truro last night for the annual City of Lights festival.
The parade featured giant lanterns with a 'heroes' theme, with some paying tribute to the First World War centenary.
The paper and withy creations are made by local school children and a team of artists.
The City of Lights incorporates art, music, dance and, as its name suggests, light.
The event features is a procession of giant handmade withy and tissue lanterns floating through the streets carried by professional artists accompanied by a host of smaller lanterns carried by Cornish school children and local community and youth groups.