PUXTON Park, a popular family attraction located in North Somerset, has announced their sponsorship of a unicorn sculpture in Bristol’s upcoming UnicornFest Trail. This exciting event, organised by Leukaemia Care UK, will see over 50 stunning unicorn sculptures dotted throughout Bristol’s city centre from July to September 2023.
As part of their sponsorship, Puxton Park’s unicorn sculpture has been uniquely designed and decorated to reflect the park’s fun and magical atmosphere, creating a truly eye-catching addition to the trail. Puxton Park is proud to be part of this initiative, which aims to raise awareness and funds for Leukaemia Care UK, a national charity that provides support and information to anyone affected by leukaemia.
UnicornFest is set to be a highlight of the summer calendar, attracting locals and visitors from all over the country to explore the city’s beautiful streets and discover the amazing sculptures. Puxton Park’s sponsorship of the unicorn sculpture will help to raise awareness of the vital work carried out by Leukaemia Care UK and encourage the public to donate to this worthy cause.
Alistair Mead, Managing Director of Puxton Park, says “We are proud sponsors of a unicorn in Bristol’s upcoming UnicornFest Trail. This partnership represents an incredible opportunity to support a worthy cause while encouraging children and families to embrace outdoor activities and lead active lifestyles. At Puxton Park, we believe in the power of community and the positive impact we can make when we come together. By combining the magic of unicorns with the noble mission of Leukaemia Care UK, we aim to create a truly memorable experience that not only captivates the imaginations of children but also raises vital funds for an organisation dedicated to helping those affected by leukaemia. We invite everyone to join us on this adventure, where we can make a difference while having fun and creating cherished memories.”
The UnicornFest sculpture trail is set to launch on 1st July and Puxton Park’s unicorn sculpture will be on display throughout the summer until September. Visitors to the trail will be able to vote for their favourite unicorn sculpture, with the winning sculpture set to be announced at the end of the event.
Puxton Park is encouraging visitors to the trail to make a donation to Leukaemia Care UK, either by text or online, to help support the charity’s vital work. This sponsorship is a part of Puxton Park’s ongoing commitment to supporting local charities and initiatives in the community.
For more information about Puxton Park, visit their website at https://www.puxton.co.uk. To learn more about the UnicornFest sculpture trail and how to support Leukemia Care UK, visit https://theunicornfest.co.uk