Shopping trolleys for children with special needs have arrived at at a local supermarket in the Channel Islands.
Specially adapted trolleys have been delievered to Co-op stores in the Bailiwick, following feedback from customers.
It comes after Jersey mum Jane Renouf, whose son Jayden has autism, started an online campaign asking local supermarkets to introduce them.
She says the new trolleys are a "godsend".
Parents of children with autism say they can find it hard to do the weekly shop due to their additional needs.
Mark Cox, the Society’s Chief Operating Officer, said the trolleys, which have seats suitable for older children, were ordered to help parents and families when out shopping.
Two specialist trolleys are already in use at Grand Marché St Helier with two on order for the store in St Peter.