Following on from my recent post revealing the first five locations of the Shaun in the City sculptures to be arriving in Bristol this Summer, today’s post gives you a sneak peek of the sculptures in all their glory!
Here are the names and location details of the Shaun sculptures in the photo above, starting from left to right:
- ‘Primrose’ by Henning Lohlein: located at St Werburgh’s City Farm
- ‘Bristol Beauty’ by Cassie Debry: located at Canford Lane, Westbury-on-Trym
- ‘Isambaaard’ by Tim Miness: located at Clifton Suspension Bridge Visitor Information Centre
- ‘Jarsberry Ram’ by Simon Tozer: located at The Pump House, Merchants Road
- ‘Alright me Babber?’ by Susan Taylor: located at Temple Meads Station
And here are a couple of close-ups of two of the sculptures and their artists…
Artist Susan Taylor with ‘Alright me Babber’
Artist Cassie Debry with ‘Bristol Beauty’
There will be more Shaun in the City sculptures to be discovered at Snuff Mills, Brandon Hill Nature Reserve, Ashton Court, Horfield Common, Broadwalk Shopping Centre and Gloucester Road.
The Shaun in the City Trail begins on Monday 6th July and lasts until Monday 31 August, before all the sculptures are auctioned later this year to raise money for The Grand Appeal, the Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity.
You can find more details about the Shaun in the City trail here.
I am so looking forward to getting out and about with the kids this Summer and doing the Shaun in the City trail!