A new sculpture trail that will invite visitors to explore and enjoy the area and natural surroundings in new ways.
The Highams Park Arts Trail will create a new sculpture trail that will invite visitors to explore and enjoy the area and natural surroundings in new ways.
Along the trail, you will find wooden sculptural carvings, street art, murals and more. Leading up to a huge Spring Festival celebration on Sunday 19 May in Highams Park that will include Maypole and other traditional dancing. Through arts and activity, everyone is invited to discover this unique part of our amazing borough.
Want to watch the sculptures being created?
Weather dependent there will be in situ sculpture carving each week between Feb-May. Dates and locations:
28 February - River Walk/Winchester Road, E4 9LJ
4 - 6 March Beechwood Drive, IG8 9TG
11 - 13 March - The Hale (off Morley Avenue), E4 9NS
18 - 20 March - The Green, Richmond Crescent, E4 9RT
25 - 27 March - Handsworth Avenue, E4 9PD
1 - 3 April - Aldriche Way, E4 9LZ
8 - 10 April - Abbotts Crescent, E4 9SA
15 - 17 April - Larkshall Crescent, E4 6NR
23 - 25 April - Oak Hill Crescent, IG8 9PR
29 April - 1 May Vincent Green, Vincent Road, E4 9PP
13 - 15 May Ropers Avenue corner of Larkshall Road, E4 9EH
19 May - The Spring Festival - The Highams Park, IG8 9RF
Download the map to walk the Wild About Highams Park animal sculpture trail
Part of the Make it Happen Fellowship Funding programme.