The annual Winters Night Carnival saw lit-up stilt walkers joined by more than 100 pupils from Edward Pauling Primary and Victoria Junior School who proudly unveiled their lantern creations for the first time as they set off from Victoria Road.
Escorted by police officers and waving at drivers who sounded their car horns, the children were thrilled as they made their way up and down the High Street before they walked over the zebra crossing and into The Centre.
More than 600 people including local councillors turned up to the event put together by The Centre, Feltham Arts and Hounslow council in partnership with local schools, held on Wednesday, November 12.
Crowds gathered at the Piazza in The Centre where the compere for the evening was none other than Feltham Bees club secretary Ray Coleman who has in the past hosted Hounslow's Got Talent.
Indoors people were privy to a large lantern artwork exhibit created by a mix of 27 young and adult volunteers from The Challenge Network along with some sensational singing from local youngsters.
The Southville Singers from Southville Junior School and Reach Academy's Glee club belted out festive carol songs including Jingle Bells and Rocking Around the Christmas Tree as well as chart hits such as Bruno Mars' The Way You Are.
In between the school performances, two girls from the Alluminae Performing Arts Company in Brentford, put on a short dance which kept the crowds entertained.
However, the highlight of the evening was the magical finale from Circus Suburbia which wowed audiences, particularly children, with their show-stopping glow show poi performance.