Unicorn arrives at Noah's Ark
We are proud to announce that we are hosting a Unicorn as part of The Unicornfest Art Trail
The Unicornfest Art Trail, taking place in Bristol from 1st July to early September.
The Unicornfest Art Trail is a unique, family-friendly event that celebrates the magic and beauty of unicorns. The art trail features 60 life-sized unicorn sculptures that have been individually designed and painted by some of the South West’s leading artists. Schools and community groups have also gotten involved with the trail, with 40+ smaller unicorn foals going on display as part of the trail too. The sculptures will be placed in prominent locations throughout Bristol and some across the wider South West area, creating a free-to-access trail that encourages visitors to explore the city and discover its many attractions.
As a host of The Unicornfest Art Trail, we are excited to support this wonderful event and help bring the community together to celebrate art, creativity, and imagination. Noah's Ark Zoo Farm believes that events like The Unicornfest Art Trail play an important role in promoting local culture and creativity, and is proud to support this initiative.
"We are very excited to be hosting 'Coco the Pandicorn' at the Farm Shop in our carpark. It is fantastic to be involved in this project which not only involves our local community but also supports and raises awareness of Leukaemia Care." said Rhian, Brand and Engagement Manager.
The Unicornfest Art Trail will take place from 1st July to early September. Visitors can pick up a trail map from various locations throughout the city which will be announced in due course, or download the app to their smartphones from the end of June. The event is free to attend, and visitors are encouraged to share their experiences on social media using the hashtag #TheUnicornfest.
The charity beneficiaries of the trail are Leukaemia Care, the UKs leading leukaemia charity. Once the trail has been concluded, all the large and small statues will be gathered at Propyard for a final farewell weekend before they’re sent to auction in early October to raise thousands for the charity providing care and support to individuals, families and friends affected by leukaemia and associated conditions.