Win a baa-rilliant long weekend in Devon in a top of the range Bailey caravan with the #BaileyShaunSelfie competition
– plus weekly prizes of Shaun in the City merchandise.
• To win, follow @BaileyofBristol on Twitter or Instagram and send a ‘selfie’ with the Bailey-sponsored Shaun the Sheep and include the hashtag #BaileyShaunSelfie
• The Bailey-sponsored Shaun is called Willow and designed by the Bristol-based artist, Rhiannon Southwell www.rhiannonsouthwell.com
• Willow is located outside the St Mary Redcliffe Church, in Bristol’s city centre, just 10 minutes walk from Bristol Temple Meads railway station
• The Shaun in the City charity sculpture trail features a flock of 70 giant, unique sculptures of Aardman Animation’s Shaun the Sheep located across Bristol until 31 August, before going to auction to raise funds for Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal, the Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity. For more information visit: www.shauninthecity.org.uk
Bailey is delighted to announce that it is sponsoring one of the giant sculptures of Shaun the Sheep in Bristol’s Shaun in the City charity trail this summer. Bailey’s sculpture is called Willow, designed by local artist Rhiannon Southwell, and to celebrate this event, Bailey has launched a #BaileyShaunSelfie competition to win a long weekend at The Caravan Club site in Hillhead, Devon in a top-of-the-range Bailey caravan, plus weekly prizes of Shaun in the City merchandise.
To enter the competition, follow @BaileyofBristol on Twitter or Instagram and send a selfie with Willow including the hashtag #BaileyShaunSelfie before the competition closes on 31 August.
The five-foot high Bailey-sponsored sculpture is one of 70 located across Bristol for the Shaun in the City charity trail, and is situated outside the St Mary Redcliffe church. Famous for its organ, 18th century ironwork and stained glass windows. To find all 70 sculptures, you can pick up a free map of the locations from information points all over Bristol, download the map from the Shaun in the City website (www.shauninthecity.org.uk), or download the official Shaun in the City Sheep Spotter app.
Rhiannon Southwell’s design was inspired by a collection of blue and white china at Tyntefield House near Bristol, and features iconic Bristol imagery such as the Clifton Suspension Bridge.
Nick Howard, Managing Director of Bailey of Bristol commented: “As a company that’s proud to have been producing caravans in Bristol since 1948, we are extremely proud of our city and delighted to be an official sponsor of the Shaun in the City trail which will be a great attraction for many people to enjoy this summer.”
The Shaun in the City trail is organised by the Wallace & Gromit Grand Appeal. The flock arrived in Bristol on 6 July and are there until 31 August, after which the sculptures will be auctioned to raise money for Bristol Children’s Hospital. For more information, visit www.shauninthecity.org.uk.