We are delighted to be one of the sponsors of a Big Hoot for this year’s Wild in Art Trail around Ipswich. Our “Owly Rate” is situated in Holywells Park at the entrance on Myrtle Road. You will be able to see all the Big Hoots until 3rd September 2022.
We are a local organisation with a strong family culture, who care deeply about our employees and communities in which we work and live. We value the long-term relationships we have forged with our clients, suppliers, and consultants over the years. Our long association with St Elizabeth Hospice and our owl logo has encouraged us to be a part of the trail this year
We are a local organisation who has a long association with St Elizabeth Hospice and has supported them for several years. The Big Hoot is not only a way of strengthening our support to them and the local community, but also an opportunity not to be missed with the trail being owls!
Follow this link https://youtu.be/s7j_edzlR9I to a video of “Owly Rate” being brought to life by our artist Jill Busby.
There are 50 Big Hoots and 65 Little Hoots within the trail and can be found in locations all across town. maps are also available (for a suggested £1 donation to St Elizabeth Hospice). Please follow this link to a list of stockists – https://thebighoot.co.uk/trail-map-stockists. The Little Hoots have been designed by local schools and groups and each of the Big Hoots are sponsored by a local business and have been individually decorated by an artist.
At the end of the trail the Big Hoots will be auctioned to raise valuable, much needed funds for St Elizabeth Hospice services providing care and support to those living with life-limiting or progressive illness.
For more information on the Trail please visit: https://thebighoot.co.uk/
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