CLACKMANNAN is now bathed in festive light.

Light Up Clackmannan was a fun filled family occasion and there were special guests including Olaf the snowman from Disney's Frozen who even gave a hand fundraising for the town's Development Trust, which ran the event.

All money raised will go towards paying for next year's festivities.

Santa took time out of his busy schedule to meet children, hear what they wanted for Christmas and find out if they had been good all year.

Kids were entertained by author Noreen Leighton reading from her book Mr Tilly and the Christmas Lights and there was also facepainting.

Stocking fillers could be purchased at a range of stalls run by local businesses. One particularly unique display was of upcycled Harris Tweed.

Groups such as Clackmannan Community Council and Clackmannan Development Trust were also in attendance to let people know about what they were doing.

There was lots of music to suit all tastes with Resonate Together and Clackmannan Parish Church Choir singing songs and Christmas carols.

Clackmannan Brass also performed, as did dancers from Just Dance Elite Dance Centre.

Following the indoor events at Clackmannan Town Hall, people followed Tulliallan Pipe Band up Main Street to the switch on.

Clackmannan was lit up by local hero Alison Rae who was nominated for the honour as she ran the Rainbows and Brownies in the town for 40 years.