Womble Bond Dickinson (WBD) has donated a Feathers McGraw sculpture to St. Mary Redcliffe primary school in support of the Grand Appeal's 2018 Gromit Unleashed 2 trail.
The sculpture is located in the primary school playground and has been beautifully designed and decorated by the pupils themselves. The sculpture has been creatively named 'Frondoso' translating to Leafy from the Spanish language to emulate its vibrant and colourful leafy exterior.
Over the past year, WBD has been working with St. Mary Redcliffe primary school to provide literacy support to young pupils as part of Bristol Sport Community Foundation's Reading Stars programme.
The Gromit Unleashed 2 trail, which is taking place throughout July and August, features 67 giant sculptures designed by high-profile artists, designers, innovators and local talent. Sculptures are positioned in high footfall and iconic locations around Bristol and the surrounding area.
WBD is once again supporting this year's summer art trail and is sponsoring 'Wallambard' – a Wallace sculpture located near the SS Great Britain, posing as Isambard Kingdom Brunel.