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Shaun The Sheep Comes To Maidstone

Shaun In The Heart of Kent Trail is coming to Maidstone- this summer.

The exhibition will feature up to 50 Shaun the Sheep sculptures created by local and national artists, which will be spread around the town. They will be on display from 29th June to 30th August 2024.

‘Shaun the Sheep in the Heart of Kent’ is a creative partnership between Heart of Kent Hospice, Wild in Art, Aardman and Presenting Partner, Maidstone Borough Council.

In 2021, The Heart of Kent Trail brought the first ever art trail to Maidstone with sculptures of Elmer the elephant. The free trail brought fun, colour and conversation to the streets and now it is the turn of Shaun to do the same.

Shaun the Sheep in the Heart of Kent is an exciting free art trail that will see individually decorated Shaun the Sheep sculptures placed around the parks, town centre and river walks in Maidstone and the surrounding areas. Each Shaun the Sheep sculpture will be designed and painted by local and national artists and will be accompanied by a flock of little Shauns decorated by local schools and community groups.

Erica Snow, Project Manager at the Hospice said “We would love to hear from businesses who are interested in working with us this year to help raise as much money as possible for Heart of Kent Hospice. There are a number of ways they can help, including sponsoring a Shaun.”

“Shaun is cheeky and mischievous, and surrounded by his farmyard friends he lives life to the full – the care we provide at Heart of Kent Hospice to patients and their loved ones lets them know they are never alone, as we support them to have the best quality life for as long as they live.

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