From the ‘pigs and lions’ team
The high profile, interactive sculpture trail will celebrate the Roman heritage of Bath and mark the 10th anniversary of the highly successful and fondly-remembered King Bladud’s Pigs sculpture trail, created in 2008 by Gitte Dawson. All profits from the event will be donated to local charities.
The Roman Baths temple, built in 1AD, was dedicated to the Roman goddess of wisdom, whose animal symbol was an owl. A stone owl can be seen carved into the Temple pediment displayed at the Roman Baths Museum.
SPONSOR AN OWL!
There are still some owl sculptures available for sponsorship. Be part of this exciting, city-wide sculpture trail to increase footfall across Bath, boost trade for local businesses and bring a smile to the faces of Owl fans of all ages. If you would like to find out more, swoop over to the Sponsors page.