The ice sculptures are back! The hugely popular York Festival Of Angels may have gone but a new and more ambitious ice trail will spring up in its place this year.
Thirty frozen works of art will appear across the city for a December weekend as part of the first York St Nicholas Christmas Festival, which is set to be the city’s most festive celebration yet.
Also incorporating a 35-day St Nicholas Fair, a Scandinavian style tipi tent, a new city centre Santa’s grotto and a choirs weekend, York is set to be the winter wonderland to beat this year.
City of York Council is to offer free parking in its car parks on the first evening of the festival, Thursday, November 19, from 6pm.
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