People across South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire are certainly getting into the Christmas spirit this year.
Events and celebrations have been taking place across the region.
Father Christmas has been spotted at several locations in the area, while people have embraced the season of giving by making donations to various good causes.
At Whiteways Primary School in Page Hall, Sheffield, staff, pupils and parents united to put together festive food parcels for the food bank at the Rock Christian Centre in Pitsmoor.
Learning mentor Rohan Wilson, from the school, said: “A lot of our families are in need, especially at this time of year, and we thought it would be good to give something back.
“We had food parcels in each classroom and in the staff room and got contributions brought in by mums and dads. We had a great response - it was brilliant.”
Mr Wilson said the school plans to have more food parcel appeals next year, in addition to supporting charity events such as Red Nose Day and Children in Need.
Meanwhile, in Chesterfield, the Christian Life Church put together hampers full of gifts which will be handed to organisations which help vulnerable women in the local area.
Also feeling festive are the girls at the June Gill School of Dance, who had a visit from Santa at Stephen Hill Methodist Church, Crosspool, Sheffield.
And Santa’s social schedule did not end there – he also visited High Storrs School Christmas Fair in Sheffield.