On my walkies around Gloucester today I could not help but fall over the large customised pigs in various parts of the city. I enjoy these odd public artworks because they are so colourful. The one I really followed the most was in Southampton when a whole wodge of brightly hued Rhino invaded the city.
The problem with the piggies is that there is no information on any of the pigs, so what they are about is beyond me. After a quick look I now know the following:
“The Citizen, Gloucester, and its companion website Gloucestershire Live are supporting “The Henson Trail”, which will see 20 pig statues placed across Gloucester and a further 20 will be placed across the rest of Gloucestershire. The trail itself is named after Joe Henson MBE, who championed the Old Spot breed at Cotswold Farm Park when it opened in 1971.”
Anyway, here are the ones I photographed:
As the say in the classics…
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Info on The Henson Trail from http://www.holdthefrontpage.co.uk