An autism-friendly Christmas lights display has officially begun in Bristol.
The annual display had its switch-on event on Friday (December 3) where more than 100 people turned up to see the display illuminated.
Based in Kingswood, the Redding Lights display found at BS15 4SA will be on every evening between 5pm and 9pm until January 1.
The event is raising money for the National Autistic Society and features a sensory tunnel for people to enjoy, among other attractions.
You can also even make candy floss smelling smoke come out of a chimney by pressing a button on the side of the train that features in the display, which you can also sit in as if a passenger.
There is also a 20ft tall Christmas tree decorated with 7,000 lights and an animal and water scene behind the train for people to see.
On top of this, Father Christmas will be making an appearance every Friday and Saturday night from 6-7pm up to December 18.
If you visit between 5.30pm and 6.30pm on Friday and Saturday you will also find the organisers serving sweets, chocolates, mince pies and hot chocolates.
The organisers are asking that people park on the main road and not in the cul-de-sac if visiting the lights as there is very limited space on the road.
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