Families looking for a festive walk can take a stroll around two Ipswich parks between now and the new year.

Christchurch Park and Holywells Park are hosting the trails, which are run by Ipswich Borough Council in collaboration with High Street Safari.

The trails are now available for families to attend up until Wednesday, January 4, and are free to complete.

The trail is completed using a smartphone.

The Christmas augmented reality allows you to take control of what happens next in the story.

The trail involves hunting for 10 missing Christmas presents, solving the mystery and releasing cheeky imps in the story trail.

Councillor Phil Smart, portfolio holder for environment and climate change said: "After the success of the previous trails, we are excited to be running another two free interactive activities for families to take part in.

"We hope they will give people a chance to get out and explore more of our beautiful parks over the festive period."

The trails are spread over five stops in both parks and take approximately 45 minutes to complete but can be done over separate visits.

Once the trail has been completed, participants will receive a free digital fun pack to use at home.