The Gomme family’s Halloween display not only brings joy to the community but also raises money for a worthy cause, Epilepsy UK.
By hosting a spooky display at their home in High Wycombe, Debbie and Andy Gomme are not only inviting families to enjoy the Halloween decorations but also encouraging them to donate to Epilepsy UK. Epilepsy is a disease that affects many people, including the Gomme family’s nieces, nephews, and friends. The Gommes have been organizing displays for different occasions for three years now, raising funds for various causes close to their hearts, such as cancer, autism, dementia, and The Florence Nightingale Hospice.
The Gommes’ door will be open to trick-or-treaters on Halloween, October 31st, and they have prepared lots of sweets for children to enjoy. Debbie Gomme expressed her excitement about seeing children dressed up in Halloween costumes and the positive comments they receive from passersby and on social media. The display will be available for viewing until November 2nd, and every penny donated during this time will go towards supporting individuals and families affected by epilepsy.
H2 High Wycombe Halloween Display Raises Funds for Epilepsy UK
The Gomme family of High Wycombe is using their Halloween display to raise money for Epilepsy UK. Families are invited to visit the spooky display at 131 Micklefield Road, where they can see scary inflatables and take part in trick-or-treating. The Gommes are hoping that visitors will donate through their letterbox to support Epilepsy UK, a cause that is close to their hearts due to their personal connections with the disease.
The Gommes have been organizing displays at their home for three years now, not only during Halloween but also at Easter and Christmas. They have previously raised funds for cancer, autism, dementia, and The Florence Nightingale Hospice. All donations received in their letterbox are greatly appreciated, and at the end of the season, the total amount collected will be transferred to Epilepsy UK.
On Halloween, October 31st, the Gommes will open their door to trick-or-treaters and offer lots of sweets for children to enjoy. Debbie Gomme loves seeing the children dressed up in Halloween costumes and is touched by the amazing comments from people passing by and on social media. The display will be available for viewing until November 2nd, giving everyone a chance to contribute to the cause and support people and families affected by epilepsy.
This Halloween, families in High Wycombe have the opportunity to not only enjoy a spooky display but also contribute to a meaningful cause. The Gomme family’s efforts to raise money for Epilepsy UK demonstrate the power of community and compassion. By coming together and supporting each other, we can make a difference in the lives of those affected by epilepsy.