A DOLLAR house is once again lit up in a festive glow in a bid to raise funds for a good cause.

David Beveridge, at 45 Murray Place in the town, is treating people to a display of stunning Christmas lights, a tradition which started many years ago.

In what has been a difficult 2020 for many, David has decided to raise funds for Forth Valley Royal Hospital, a cause close to his heart.

Speaking of this year's decorations, David told the Advertiser: “They are better than ever.

“There is a donation box outside and a donation page on JustGiving.”

People in the town are encouraged to walk around and take a look, whit social distancing between households, after the sun sets to see the spectacular display.

David and wife May have been decorating their house at Murray Place for more than 20 years now and started raising funds after one of the many regular people coming to admire the display suggested it.

The family have supported numerous good causes, starting with life boats at Fraserburgh, Stormness; the likes of the British Legion and more.

This year's funds will go to Forth Valley Giving, which is the official charity of NHS Forth Valley.

The money will help staff ensure people are valued and cared for with communities playing a key role in supporting patients to live full and enriched lives.

Donations are not used to fund day-to-day core services.

People can visit bit.ly/3grj47g to donate online, where £150 has already been raised at the time of writing.