Santa to have autism-friendly visits at St Enoch Centre
The grotto will introduce the quiet hours to make sure all children can visit.
St Enoch Centre in Glasgow has officially opened Santa's Grotto this year.
In a bid to make sure all the good girls and boys get to meet Santa, the centre has introduced four autism friendly sessions this year.
Located outside Debenhams, Santa will have quiet slots between 11am-12pm on December 5, 6, 12 and 13.
These sessions are designed for children with autism or who have sensory or learning disabilities.
These slots are not bookable, and offered on a first come, first served basis.
Anne Ledgerwood, general manager at St Enoch's said: "Christmas is a wonderful time of year for all the family.
"The simple change to our Santa's Grotto will hopefully allow all children and their families to share an enjoyable Christmas day out creating happy family memories".
The initiative is backed by Glasgow City Council, who hope to make the city the first autism-friendly one.
A trip to meet Santa will cost £5, and the grotto is open now until Christmas Eve.