We are delighted to be involved with ‘A Wild in Art’ event being brought to Worcester by St Richard’s Hospice, the city-wide art trail will help raise funds for patients affected by serious progressive illnesses and their loved ones. The project builds on the hugely successful Worcester Stands Tall giraffe trail in 2018, which saw giraffe sculptures displayed across the city before raising £210,000 for St Richard’s at auction.
Sponsored by Frankie Tsang from Worcesteshire Chinese Association, we have now collected our baby elephant calf, Nelly. Year 9 students Nina Davies, Lucy Ballinger Aimee Hefferon will be decorating Nelly using Aimee’s winning competition design, before Nelly goes on display in Worcester’s Big Parade during the summer.
Christopher Whitehead Language College and Sixth Form,
Phone: 01905 423906