Hundreds of people gathered for the lantern parade and lights switch on in Feltham .
The annual Winter's Night Carnival was led by a drummer and saw 100 children from Victoria Junior School and the Highfields Estate parade their rainbow coloured lanterns from Victoria Road to the shopping centre on the High Street.
Around 600 people came along to watch the lantern parade and choirs on Thursday (November 10).
Smiling bystanders greeted children along the route while light illuminations created by SameSky were spread around The Centre.
The event was organised by Feltham Arts in partnership with The Centre and Hounslow council.
On entering the Piazza, the joyful voices of pupils from Southville Junior School choir could be heard echoing through the town centre, while a gold bauble stilt walker twirled through the crowds.
Ray Coleman from Springwest Academy was the compere for the evening, introducing a number of wonderful local community acts including the Reach Academy Choir, for the first time recently formed Hounslow Community Brass Band followed by the Hounslow Community Choir.
The evening culminated in a spectacular glow poi show from Circus Suburbia.
Charlotte Skinner, from Feltham Arts, said: "We were worried the rain was going to ruin the evening but thankfully after a couple of showers just before event the clouds cleared and a stunning double rainbow seemed to mark the beginning of a special evening, that brought everyone together."
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