These art or sculpture trails are part of a charitable project.

The charity chose to mark their 20th anniversary by embracing local talent and capturing the imagination of the general public, with 20 anchors being offered to artists and schools to create unique designs.

Wolves in Wolves, Wolverhampton

The trail is in support of a local disability arts charity with proceeds from sponsorship and the post-event auction being donated to the Outside Centre.

The trail is designed to encourage a deeper understanding of Gloucestershire’s rural heritage, promoting cultural tourism around the county, as well as raising money for the Pied Piper charity.

March Hare - Cotswold Hare Trail

The art trail consists of 85 hares that can be found in 28 villages and towns around the Cotswolds and runs until the end of September.

Big Sleuth Art Trail

A sleuth is the collective noun for a group of bears and these ones are extra cute! The sun bear, also called the honey bear, is found in the rainforests of Asia and has a distinctive golden crescent on its chest, hence the name sun bear.

GoGoHares is an interactive arts sculpture trail bringing 50 large painted Hare sculptures & smaller schools sculptures to Norwich & Norfolk in Summer 2018.


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