Gromit Unleashed (Part 1)

Gromit has been unleashed in Bristol for 10 weeks :D

Aardman, the makers of Wallace and Gromit, are based in Bristol, and are running a 10 week fundraising event for the Bristol Children’s Hospital :)

80 Gromits, standing at 5ft tall, have been decorated and put on display in and around Bristol, as well as 6 “passport stops” which have some Wallace and Gromit merchandise for sale. The shop which opened in The Mall at Cribbs Causeway also has an exhibition there.

We had a look in the shop today, and next time we’ll go into the exhibition ^^

All proceeds are going to the children’s hospital :)

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We started our Gromit hunt today, and have ticked off 5 of them so far ^-^
(Not counting the 3 we saw on the back of a truck, being taken to their display spots last Friday :P)

“The Green Gromit” is inside the Wallace and Gromit shop in the mall at Cribbs Causeway.

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“Antique Rose” is outside the mall at Cribbs.

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“The Wild West” is outside Harveys Furniture Store at the retail park in Cribbs.

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“Oops a Daisy” is outside the visitor centre at Tyntesfield near Nailsea.

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“Bristol Bulldog” is in the departures area at Bristol Airport.

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All of the Gromits are in areas that are free to access ;)

The Gromits will all be auctioned off at the end of the 10 weeks. The auction will take place at the mall.

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