Bristol’s Skyline Transforms as Giant Elf Takes Over for Festive Fun

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Whether you’re a devoted fan or a casual onlooker, the Elf on the Shelf tradition is making its annual return, and Bristol is embracing it in grandeur. A colossal 15ft (4.5m) elf, yet to be named, is set to embark on an extraordinary game of “hide and seek” across the city’s buildings, promising seasonal cheer and mischievous surprises.

Crafted by prop and puppet-maker Jenny Simmons, in collaboration with Redcliffe & Temple BID and The Lumistella Company’s official The Elf on the Shelf teams in the UK, this enormous elf will grace the rooftops of Bristol. Expect classic elf antics, from unraveling toilet rolls to indulging in festive treats, providing a spectacle for all to enjoy.

Residents are encouraged to rise early and partake in the festive fun by discovering the elf’s new hiding spot each day. Daily clues will be shared on social media channels, turning Bristol into a daily playground of discovery from December 1st to the 24th.

The giant elf aims to spread joy as it navigates Bristol’s city center, creating memorable moments in unexpected locations. The goal is to infuse the city with Christmas spirit, turning the urban landscape into a canvas for festive celebration.

As part of the excitement, there’s a city-wide call-out to find the perfect name for Bristol’s colossal elf. Social media channels will be buzzing with suggestions as the community joins in the festive fun. Naming the Elf on the Shelf is an integral part of the tradition, and Bristol is expected to embrace the challenge with enthusiasm.

In the true spirit of the season, the city is poised to come alive with laughter and joy as the enormous elf spreads its unique brand of holiday magic. Whether you’re a fervent fan of the Elf on the Shelf or a casual observer, Bristol’s giant elf promises to be an unforgettable addition to this year’s Christmas festivities. So, keep an eye on the skyline, follow the clues, and join in the merriment as Bristol welcomes its very own 15ft festive ambassador.

Elliot Preece
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