A KINGSCLERE family have gone 'big' with their Christmas decorations to remember their daughter.

Brandon and Paige Rawlings, who live with their children in Basingstoke Road, are big Christmas lovers. This year they have put on a great display both inside and outside their house to commemorate the most wonderful time of the year.

The family come from a Romany Gypsy background and said they like to put on a display for locals and neighbours to break down stigma, celebrate with their kids, and remember their daughter Dolly-Rebecca, who died from Sudden Infant Death syndrome (SIDs) at just five-weeks-old in 2021.

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Brandon said: "We are big on Christmas because we love to make our children happy, and we like to go big or go home!

"We like to make a statement because we come from a Gypsy family. There are not many like us so we try to make the effort and break down stereotypes and show who we are.

"Our daughter Dolly-Rebecca passed away two years ago, so we like to make any event we can amazing and keep her memory alive. Christmas is all about family here and in heaven, so it's a big thing for us and our children."

Click on the photo gallery at the top of the article to see the family's decorations.