Pigs Gone Wild – The biggest mass participation art event in Suffolk!

The must-see event of the summer is nearly here! From Monday 27 June, the streets of Ipswich will be taken over by stunning pig sculptures as part of the highly anticipated Pigs Gone Wild interactive art trail.

St Elizabeth Hospice has teamed up with Wild in Art to stage Suffolk’s biggest art spectacular –Pigs Gone Wild.

The sculpture trail features 39 larger-than-life pig sculptures which have been beautifully designed by artists from East Anglia and beyond, plus 30 junior sculptures decorated just as creatively by schools and community groups and displayed in clusters around the town.

From 27 June until 2 September, you will be able to follow the trail, collect points with our Pigs Gone Wild app and to try to see as many of the sculptures as possible.

Make sure you take selfies with them and tweet them to @pigsgonewild16 or post them to the Pigs Gone Wild Facebook page

After you have enjoyed Pigs Gone Wild during its 10-week extravaganza, the large pig sculptures will be auctioned to raise funds for St Elizabeth Hospice.

Before they go to auction, you can say goodbye to them at the Ta Ta Trotters event at Ipswich Town Hall on 10 and 11 September, and get one final selfie with your favourite sculpture!

Take a snout around our website to find out more.

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