After a couple of weeks of cool weather, it was good to be able to go for a walk in the sunshine. I had seen the sculpture trail advertised on Facebook in #BuileHillPark and wondered what it was like. Arriving at the mansion there were lots of people on the green area and stalls in the sensory garden. A nice lady explained that they were fund raising and gave us a map to find the sculptures.
The first sculpture was situated near the mansion so after photographing that we set off to find the rest, stopping half way round for a drink and chat at the community café.
After a short rest we continued on our search for the others, walking past one without realising it was there. Eventually, we found them all.
An enjoyable walk and it was good to see so many other people doing the same thing, with children enthralled by the animals etc, which were linked to the park. The Elephant is a link to the stuffed one that used to be in the mansion when it was a museum, I think, as I can't remember seeing any in the park in previous visits!
A superb way to add interest to this park and I'm sure it will attract more visitors. What a great job these volunteers are doing in the park as well as those in Light Oaks Park. At last these are becoming hubs for local people.