The Great Sheep Round Up

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See more than 100 giant sculptures of Shaun the Sheep grazing in Covent Garden this September.

The fabulous flock were specially created for this year’s ‘Shaun in the City’ sculpture trails, in aid of Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s Charity.

Each of the 120 five-foot-tall sculptures were individually designed by a different artist, designer or celebrity, including famous names such as David Gandy, Zandra Rhodes and Cath Kidston. You may have seen 50 on display in iconic locations across the capital from March to May this year, from The Tower of London to St Paul’s Cathedral , St James’s Park and Trafalgar Square.

For three days only, they will be joined by 70 more designs that were on show in Bristol this summer – as well as some very special guests.

This is the very last chance to see the sculptures before they move on to pastures new, and are auctioned to raise funds for children in hospitals and hospices across the UK.

This is a free, non-ticketed event, though visitors are welcome to make a donation to Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s Charity at the exhibition.

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Covent Garden

Address
The Market
London
WC2E 8RF
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7240 5781
Public transport:
Tube: Covent Garden Tube: Leicester Square Train: Charing Cross

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