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

Thank you to everyone who helped make our very first interactive art trail such a huge success in summer 2016. Pigs Gone Wild raised an incredible £200,000 for St Elizabeth Hospice!

The sculpture trail featured 40 larger-than-life pig sculptures which were beautifully designed by artists from East Anglia and beyond, plus 30 junior sculptures decorated just as creatively by schools and community groups and were displayed in clusters around the town.

You can see all the stunning sculptures here and read about the success of the auction here

We will be bringing another fantastic trail to Ipswich in the future, so watch this space!

Take a snout around our website to find out more.

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