A FESTIVE Plymstock man has handcrafted a 15-foot tall 'Rudolph the Reindeer' in his front garden made from sheets of plywood.
Phil Lamerton, who has put up the giant Christmas display in his front garden on Randwick Road, took inspiration from Pinterest where he initially saw the idea and instantly wanted to create something of that size.
The 62-year-old purchased the materials for the 'Ruldoph project' in March, he started building it in November and finished on December 4.
Not only is the tall Rudolph impressive for the Plymstock neighbours to see, with Phil having cut it all out, painted it and made it' it is all in aid of a local charity, St Luke's Hospice, which is personal to him.
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