Strong winds didn't dampen the spirits of visitors to Durham's Fire and Ice 2020 Festival as they enjoyed a variety of events across the two days.
The 11 sculptures were unveiled on Friday morning at 10am. The Fire and Ice Festival theme was Travelling Through Time, and the ice sculptures showed images from history as well as TV and film.
In Millennium Place was an ice Tardis from Doctor Who, while up the road in the marketplace was a miner, representing the Big Meeting.
There was also Stephenson's Rocket complete with dry ice representing smoke coming out of the chimney, a DeLorean from Back to the Future, and even a T Rex dinosaur on North Road.
All 11 Durham Fire and Ice sculptures quickly drew a crowd and children queued to have their picture taken next to the sculptures.
You can see pictures of all 11 sculptures in our Durham Fire and Ice picture roundup.
Over in front of the Odeon on the Riverwalk, children enjoyed hacking into a block of ice to free some chocolate bars that had been frozen inside.
Unfortunately the end of Storm Dennis meant that there were still strong winds, as well as some light rain on Saturday.
As well as the sculptures, there were also ice carving demonstrations in Durham Marketplace as well as a chance to have a go at carving for yourself in Millennium Place near the Gala Theatre, led by expert team Glacial Arts, who have previously worked on the Game of Thrones TV series.
Durham Fire and Ice 2020 takes place over Friday and Saturday, February 21-22 from 10am each day. The finale of the Durham Fire and Ice event is the fire show spectacular, which involves water and fire shooting into the air in time to music. It's preceded by a fire performer, who juggled fire sticks and performed tricks.
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