6dec19--From Thursday 5 December until Sunday 5 January 2020, you will be able to get your skates on our spectacular real ice rink at Jubilee Square which will be lit up by the sparkling backdrop of the Wheel of Light. The ice rink starts at 10am each day (11am on Mondays to Fridays until 20 December), with the last session of the day starting at 8pm. It will be open every day apart from Christmas Day and New Year's Day. - EnJoy EnJoy
Looks like Ice rink inside tent B
watched on time lapse looks like it isn't ready yet.
What is taking place inside the tent?(-I see no vehicles allowed on the Big Wheel !)
30nov19--Cut and paste...Simpels --When it is your own language and country. Rog. EnJoy EnJoy
Well! I never thought Leicester would look like that. I will have to pay a visit...
Not many people going on Cant be making profit
Reminds me of Butlins.
Nice to see people riding on the wheel despite the weather .
15nov19--Wheelchair access is available to one of the gondolas and assistance will be provided for anyone using this gondola. EnJoy EnJoy
Couldn't get a word in
oger, you been chatting with Capture Sam ?????
Never been to Leicester but looks nice from this cam, the wheel will look great when it’s lit up.
Cut and paste...Simpels
Christmas Wheel of lightLeicester's Wheel of Light returns to Jubilee Square, bringing extra fun to the festive season.After popular demand, Leicester’s Wheel of Light arrives back in Jubilee Square from 15 November and will remain in Leicester throughout the festive season up until 6 January.Each ride lasts for approximately 8 to 10 minutes, in which you'll rise to a dizzying 110 feet! The wheel offers unparalleled views around Jubilee Square and beyond, and you can even catch a sneak peek of all the twirling skaters in the nearby ice rink.There are 24 covered gondolas, each seating 6 people.
oger... will be some Hamster that’s for sure haha.Wonder if anyone is going to tell us how many screws nuts bolts length width height ect, only time will tell haha. These guys don’t waste any time to assemble the wheel,credit to them as they have worked very hard.