Two years ago, we had so much fun following the Gromit trail around Bristol and beyond. The children discovered bits of Bristol they had never seen and I rediscovered how much I enjoy visiting the city. Always so much going on.
When we heard that a Shaun the Sheep trail would be happening, you can imagine how excited we all were.
The trail starts on Monday. Seventy Shaun the Sheep scattered around Bristol. All beautifully designed by creative minds. Imagination has no limits.
Clever names that will make us smile.
And those eyes. Change the position of the eyes and the expression changes. Silently telling us how Shaun is feeling.
The children had a preview of some of the Shaun the Sheeps. I lent my phone to Eldest. Some of these photos are hers. It wasn’t till we got home, I saw her complete tour. I’ve sped it up to give you a whistle stop tour.
For the real one, visit Bristol this summer. Pick up an Official Trail Map or download the app. Trail lasts until the end of August. The map splits up the trail into 8 walks and one drive through. Ranging from 1 hour 20 mins to 2 hours 25mins. Helpfully it even rates them easy/medium/hard.
Raising money for the Grand Appeal. Smiles all round. To find out more, visit the official Shaun in the City website.
Linking up with Fiona’s #CountryKids linky, over at Coombe Mill
(Favourite one so far is the bee one at the top – Honey. After our bee escapades this week, what else could it bee?)