Empty shops decorated for Christmas across Nottingham city centre
Empty shop windows across the city centre have been given some festive cheer by creative Nottingham businesspeople.
Twelve windows have been decorated
as part of the 12 Windows of Christmas Cheer project.
The joint initiative of the Nottingham Business Improvement District (BID) and Nottingham
City Council got together 12 people or businesses from different creative industries and had them concoct a festive display for a window of a currently
And festive shoppers who check out the windows can also enter to win prizes.
You can vote for your favourite – and if you vote for the winner, you're in with a chance at £500 to spend at any business that's part of the BID.
To enter, scan the QR code that appears on the sign of your favourite display or go to www.itsinnottingham.com/12windowsofchristmas.
The closing date for entries is noon on Thursday 20 December. The winner will be notified by Friday, December 21 – in time to spend that voucher on last-minute Christmas shopping.
The windows, which will remain decorated through the holiday season, are meant to play on the 12 Days of Christmas theme as 12 gifts to Nottingham.
A Partridge in a Pear Tree on Bridlesmith
Walk by bio-urban designers Splant, Enchanting Enlightenment on Carlton Street in Hockley by light sculptor Adam Spinos, Christmas Heart of
Heritage in Flying Horse Walk by designer Debbie Bryan, Winter Wonderland in The Exchange by corsetiere and fashion designer Susi Henson of Eternal
Spirits, The Enchanted Forest in Pelham Street by ethical giftware designers Elefair, A Cartoon Christmas in Listergate by illustrator Rikki Marr, Magic Kingdom in Carrington Street by Rob Howie Smith, The Spirits of Nottingham in St James' Street by costume designers and creators Golden Cage, Angels in Flight in Friar Lane by Philip Watts, A Seasonal Illustration in Maid Marian Way by Mimm, Nativity Scene in Castle Road by architect Dr Valeria
Passetti and Santa's Workshop in Derby Road in collaboration between Design Playground, headed by Sarah Davenport, Yashmit Amit and Webs Furniture