Beaconsfield Old Town will be lit up for the festive season with a proper Christmas lights switch on this year.

On November 27, outside St Mary and All Saints Church from 4pm, the festivities will kick off with MP Joy Morrissey opening the event, accompanied by town crier Dick Smith.

Town councillors will be serving mulled wine and mince pies, while singing along to Christmas sounds - including those by bell ringers from Davenies School, the Beaconsfield Musical and Operatic Society and live music by John from Mojo on the stage.

Organisers are also promising snow, while community groups like the Beaconsfield Society and the Rotary will be hosting festive stalls.

A barbecue will be lit, you can pick up cocktails from Eddie's and other food and drink, while Father Christmas will make a special appearance alongside his magic fairy and his polar bear.

The recently Michelin-listed restaurant The Greyhound will also be handing out complimentary homemade sweets on a first come first served basis.

The mayor will switch on the Christmas lights, while there will also be a chance to take part in competitions, raffles, buy gifts and sweets and glow in the dark and sparkly toys.

Entry is free and everyone is welcome.