From 28th June to 4th September there were 90 cows grazing around Cambridge for 10 weeks, forming a fun, family-friendly art trail for residents and visitors to follow. Smaller sculptures adopted and decorated by schools, colleges and community youth groups as part of the Learning Programme will also be displayed as part of the adventure called the Mini Moos! You can download a map here.
Cows about Cambridge brings communities together to help them celebrate their city through creativity. Trail explorers young and old will have fun rediscovering their city, learning about the artwork, and spending time together. They will get outdoors, walk more and share their stories.
And after entertaining and bringing people together, the legacy of Cows about Cambridge continues as many of the sculptures will be auctioned to raise vital funds for local children’s charity, Break.
The last chance to see the cows is 17 – 19 September at the Farewell Weekend – you can book your space here.
After this weekend we have charity auction for our partner Break, where 43 cows go under the hammer with Charles Hanson at The Graduate hotel. All funds raised during this event will benefit this local children’s charity. To register to bid online, to buy a ticket to register for a paddle and bid live in the room or simply to browse the auction catalogue here.
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