A TECHNICAL wizard has transformed his Widnes home into a magical wonderland – featuring songs from the Disney film Frozen.

Christmas fanatic Alyn Bear started planning his musical extravaganza in January and believes it is the only one of its kind in the UK.

The 56-year-old has meticulously synchronised his colourful light show outside his bungalow in Churchfields, a cud-de-sac in Farnworth, to music.

He described the lengthy process as a testing challenge but has loved every minute.

All the lights twinkle in time to tunes including Mary’s Boy Child, We Wish You a Merry Christmas, Jingle Bells, Techno Mix, Music Box Dancer and Winter Wonderland.

“It is a labour of love, a three minute track can take 30 hours,” said Alyn, an accommodation manager at SOG Limited on The Heath Business Park in Runcorn.

“I have to go to suppliers in the States and Japan for all the equipment. No one stocks it in the UK.

“Once you get the songs, you have to split the sound track into peaks and beats and physically load it into software, co-ordinating the lights to the music.

“Everything is bespoke. It is quite expensive, costing between £800 and £1,000.”

Alyn has been decorating the outside of his home for nine years and only decided to venture into synchronisation after spotting an American display on YouTube.

It was a joint effort with his partner Ken Crowe who shares his home.

“I started putting everything up in November,” said Alyn. “After all the work I put in I love to see it all up and running.

“I just want to spread a bit of happiness.”

The pair invited 45 friends, children and neighbours to a big switch on with mulled wine and festive refreshments at the beginning of December.

The display will run until 12th night and the full sequence lasts one hour.

Ken 64, said: “I love it because it brings back a lot of memories for me.

“Everyone who comes enjoys it.

“This is what Widnes needs, a little bit of happiness.”

Alyn starts his daily show at 5pm with a musical sequence starting on the hour and switches it off at 10pm.

“You have to think of the neighbours,” he said.