Breakaway Bay resident Millie Swaggert’s Christmas light display. (Genia Camplin photo)

Must-see Christmas displays in South Surrey/White Rock

Submit photographs of the most spectacular displays in the area

Know of a Christmas light display that the Griswolds would be proud of?

Peace Arch News is compiling a list of the greatest, and brightest displays in the South Surrey and White Rock area.

One resident who has been known to put on a show is Breakaway Bay’s Millie Swaggert.

Every year she lights up both the outside and inside her home, including more than six Christmas trees.

Know of another residents going above and beyond this season? Submit photos of spectacular light displays, along with the address, to editorial@peacearchnews.com

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Breakaway Bay resident Millie Swaggert’s Christmas light display. (Genia Camplin photo)

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