We’re incredibly proud to announce that our epic sculpture trail Snowdogs by the Sea bagged the award for Best Event in the City 2016 at the Brighton and Hove Business Awards. Imelda Glackin, Chief Executive, Martlets Hospice, collected the award alongside Charlie Langhorne, Director of
In an emotional speech, Imelda said: “We are delighted to have won this award as Snowdogs was not only a phenomenal fundraising success for the Hospice, it also touched so many people in the city and brought the whole community together.
It was a huge risk for an
Charlie Langhorne, Director of Wild in Art, added: “The award is a great achievement not only for everybody involved in the making of Snowdogs by the
The nine-week sculpture trail which hit the streets of Brighton and Hove in Autumn 2016, attracted more than 350,000 visitors, contributed over £10million* to the local economy, generated extensive media and social media coverage, and, most importantly, raised over £310,000 for Martlets.
In light of the success of Snowdogs by the Sea, we recently announced that there will be another sculpture trail in Autumn 2018 – and welcomed guesses as to what the next sculpture will be.
We will be announcing the sculpture for 2018 on 12th October and welcoming businesses in the city to once again sponsor their very own sculpture and be part of this unique public art event.
Anyone interested in being a sponsor of the next trail should contact Sarah Harvey, Project Manager via email: email@example.com.