A string of Doncaster shops and businesses will turn down music and dim lights as part of a nationwide initiative to help autistic people next week.
Supermarkets, banks and other shops across the town have all signed up for the National Autistic Society's Autism Hour which will offer customers an hour when shops will take on a different environment for children and adults who can find the noise and lights of stores a stressful and overwhelming experience.
Across the week of 2 October, shops and businesses across the UK will be taking simple steps for 60 minutes that lead to a more autism-friendly world.
Participating shops and businesses will be turning down music and other noise, dimming the lights and sharing information about autism with their employees.
So which Doncaster shops are taking part?
Here's the rundown:
October 2 from 10am:
Sainsbury's: Edenthorpe, Frenchgate Centre
Halifax Bank: Market Place, St Sepulchre Gate
Lloyds Bank: Woodlands, High Street, Doncaster, Beckett Road, Wheatley
Schuh: Doncaster town centre
October 8 (10am)
Toys R Us: Lakeside Village
Pets At Home: Thorne Road (9.30am), Bentley 9am.
For more details visit http://www.autism.org.uk/