The Liverpool Snowflake Trail 2015 has been launched by Jack Frost with 12 1.5m snowflakes dotted around the city centre, all decorated by artists from around the UK.
There is also the biggest snowflake in the Britain at 8 metres in height situated in Williamson Square where you can also see a 2.5m wide book of the snowflake trail story by Lisa Bower.
The event runs until 3 January 2016 and Jack and his Sprites will be parading and performing in the Williamson Sq / Church St. area from 17.00 – 19.00 each Thursday except 24 and 31 December.
A total of 100,000 trail maps will be distributed and made downloadable inviting everyone to discover the snowflakes and solve the trail’s puzzle, with a chance to win a series of amazing prizes worth more than £5,000.
The main prizes are a ‘money can’t buy Liverpool weekend’ for four people, staying at Hotel Indigo, and for a home to be decorated next Christmas to the value of £1,500 by Liverpool firm, the Christmas Decorators. There are also prizes from Everton FC and Liverpool FC as well as family panto tickets and a bespoke silver Snowflake Pendant by Wongs the Jewellers, worth £350.
More details including downloadable trail map here