A new mini moo makes a special visit to the Imperial War Museum at Duxford

We are delighted to introduce Reims! This beautiful mini moo has been created by Adam Bridgland and sponsored by the Cambridge BID.

This mini moo was created to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day in 2020. Reims is named after the city in France where the unconditional surrender was signed. The paper planes reflect the playful mood of people who took to the streets to celebrate the end of the Second World War in Europe.

IWM Duxford is the natural home for this aviation-themed mini moo, located next to the museum’s Avro Anson and Fairey Swordfish aircraft, and opposite the Avro Lancaster and Supermarine Spitfire. The Anson is in a camo scheme to reflect her painting, and all these aircraft flew during the Second World Warand. The team at the Imperial War Museum are hoping you will try and visit him in the second half of the trail.  The opening times are 10 – 6pm and click here for more.

Reims will be in this location until 4 September 2021.

This cow is not on the app, and is an extra cow to the trail of 90 in Cambridge.

This trail supports Break, and if  you are loving it how about making a donation ?

Cows about Cambridge 2021

Cows about Cambridge 2021