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A freeze to please at Lake Louise!

A Manx couple's skills with ice sculpture have been wowing judges in Canada in a series of internationally-recognised competitions.

Stephanie and Darren Quayle-Jackson from St Marks who were behind the giant Mannanan statue and Loaghtan ram creations at Glen Lough, won second place in an ice sculpture competition at Lake Louise with their giant puppets.

They have now moved on to Edmonton where their latest work of ice art 'The Chase', a carving of a cheetah springing at a gazelle, is winning praise.

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