North London Hospice are launching North London’s first Wild in Art trail in 2024.
The Big Fun Art Adventure will take place for eight weeks during late summer and will feature over 30 five-foot-tall Owl sculptures, each painted by commissioned professional and emerging artists.
The sculptures will be joined by a parliament of smaller Owl sculptures which will be decorated by local schools and community groups.
The trail will raise much-needed funds for North London Hospice to help meet its annual £15.9 million running costs.
Sponsorship opportunities and an auction of each unique owl sculpture at the end of the initiative will provide money to support the hospice’s vital end of life care.
About North London Hospice
North London Hospice cares for patients with a life-limiting illness and supports their families, friends, and carers too. It cares for patients in the communities of Barnet, Enfield, and Haringey and in the Inpatient Unit in Finchley.
The hospice was established in 1984 as the UK’s first multi-faith hospice and each year it cares for over 3,500 patients.