A 17-year-old boy who has put up a free Christmas lights display by himself has said he hopes it gives people something to smile about after a "rubbish year".
Dan Noall, a trainee electrician, said it took him three weeks to put the display up at Bodriggy Court, Hayle.
He said manufacturing the lights is a family business and the display is in its 23rd year -but this is the first year they have "gone public", making it bigger and brighter and sharing on social media.
"We've had a lot of positive reactions - hundreds of likes... The Angarrack lights display isn't happening this year and we are kind of like the mini Angarrack," he said.
Sheena Collick who lives in the town said: "A lot of us in Hayle have named it the Christmas garden...Such lovely people and it makes me proud to live here!" she said.
Dan Noall said he wanted the display to be Covid-safe and a planned switch-on procession they had hoped for will be delayed until Christmas 2021.