This December, there will be a festive surprise as two High Wycombe residents have recreated the Coca-Cola Christmas Truck as part of their annual light display.

Appearing on Bank Street within the town, the father and son team of Andy and Nathan Jocelyn are hoping that their version of the well-known vehicle will be lit up the week commencing December 11 – three years after their first display involving the popular wagon.

Since then, they have created notable light exhibitions involving the Hogwarts Train from the Harry Potter movies and the Jolly Rodger from Peter Pan.

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And despite being based in High Wycombe, people from London, Liverpool, Birmingham and Manchester have travelled to the Thames Valley to see the lights in action.

Nathan said: “We hope that by continuing to report on our displays, more individuals unaware of our annual tradition can join in the magic of our Christmas displays.

“Coca-Cola themselves generously donated £500 for our last display, and we hope they may consider a similar contribution this year.

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“We strive to bring the joy, happiness, and true Christmas spirit to those around us, and we welcome the opportunity to share it with a wider audience.

“Furthermore, we dream of one day bringing the official Coca-Cola truck to High Wycombe.

“It has been an absolute privilege to showcase our displays and receive such remarkable compliments over the years.”