'Herd of Sheffield' elephant statues stampede into city

'Herd of Sheffield' elephant statues stampede into city
 

A "herd" of dozens of painted elephant statues has gone on show.
The 1.6m (5ft 2in) fibreglass models - 58 in total - have been dotted around Sheffield to form the city's biggest ever public art trail.
Dubbed the Herd of Sheffield, the statues have been decorated by local artists, with some featuring famous faces and scenes from the city.
They will be on display until 5 October and members of the the public can follow a map or phone app to find them.
After that, they will be auctioned in support of Sheffield Children's Hospital.
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11 July 2016 in Regional, Views: 35
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