Bracknell's traditional Christmas lights switch on is potentially going ahead this year and plans will be revealed very soon.

Throughout November and December, there will be a string of Christmassy events that will be suitably socially-distanced so you can still enjoy everything the season has to offer safely.

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With hundreds of people usually cramming into The Lexicon for the annual lights switch on ceremony, it was inevitable that it was not going to be able to go ahead safely this year.

Last year, excited crowds gathered to watch X-factor 2017 winners Rak-Su take to the stage whilst the Lapland UK's magical elves Elva and Scribble flicked the switch for the lights.

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But Escapade, the company that looks after the town centre, has said they plan to reveal what is happening for the big switch on next week.

They told the Bracknell News they hope to release more information about the Christmas lights switch on on Monday, November 30.

So unfortunately, it looks like we will have to wait a little longer to know how Bracknell will be celebrating Christmas this year.

What we do know so far is that you can nominate a loved one to receive a special Christmas present.

The Lexicon in Bracknell is hosting a community Christmas campaign where you can nominate a special someone to receive a gift.

A total of 10 wishes will be granted by The Lexicon, with the help from the Mayor of Bracknell Forest and Councillor Michael Titheridge, Bracknell Town Mayor.