Pigs Gone Wild is about building partnerships. It offers a unique opportunity for local businesses, schools, charities, artists, cultural organisations, community groups and individuals to team up and take part in Suffolk’s biggest ever mass-participation art event.

Sponsors of the large, stunningly designed pig sculptures (displayed in a specially chosen location) will gain the opportunity to showcase their organisation’s brand and its services, whilst accessing an array of marketing and PR opportunities.

Pigs Gone Wild will be on display in public spaces across Ipswich – and beyond – for 10 weeks this summer. The spectacle of huge, beautifully decorated pigs (and their litters of ‘piglets’) will be a creative magnet for media attention. It is expected to attract thousands of local, regional and national visitors – making a significant impact on the economic and cultural life of the county.

With stunning designs and excellent media opportunities on offer, sponsoring a pig is a great way for your company to hog the limelight.



Pigs Gone Wild

Get Suffolk Moving Fund, through The Suffolk Community Foundation – South Street Kids Group

Get Suffolk Moving Fund, through The Suffolk Community Foundation – Suffolk Refugee Support, International Women’s Group

Abellio Greater Anglia

Wyards Removals

Suffolk Fostering & Adoption

Funeral Directors Alliance

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Woodfarm Barns


Barber Jackson

Ipswich Town Football Club

Wall Art Images

Karro Food Group


Poundfield Products Ltd


Ipswich Buses

Associated British Ports

Seven Group

Martin & Co

Hudson Group

East of England Co-op

Homestyle Windows and Conservatories

John Grose

Suffolk Agricultural Association

Baileys Photography

Ipswich Central


Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Ashtons Legal

Jimmy’s Farm

Systematic Logistics

Ipswich Building Society

Suffolk County Council

Easton and Otley College

Clarke and Simpson

Ipswich Star

East Anglian Daily Times

Town 102