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The forgotten county
By Tim Porter
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Wednesday 24th April 2019
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The 2017 Cotswold Hare Trail is a not for profit Arts Festival. The hares, which are sponsored and individually decorated, are on display across the Cotswolds until September and will go to auction in October with the net profits going to charity. The main charity will be National Star, but the Cotswold Hare Trail will also support local historical projects in Cotswold towns.
Civic Society members have been ‘doing the trail’ and photos of the hares they have found are published here. So why not search one out this summer and send us your photos.
More information about the hare trail can be found by clicking here.
Found by Jo-Anna Young at the Cheltenham Shopping Centre
At the Corinium Museum with Nigel Surman
Rachel Surman with the hare at Cricklade School
Dave Wiblin found this one lurking in the Fosseway Garden Centre
Nigel Surman with Liz Harely at Cricklade
Jo-Anna Young found this one at Brewery Arts, Cirencester
Another Jo-Anna Young find in the High Street at Cirencester
Simon Clarke spotted this one in the Library in Stow
Wiffle Waffle Moreton and Jo-Anna Young
Two more from Jo-Anna Young in Cheltenham, at the Everyman and Beards
...and 3 more spotted by the Surmans in Woodstock plus one in Chippy