From June to September 2019, Ipswich is set to play host to an even bigger and better art trail than when the pigs went wild; this time featuring 50 individually designed elephants based on the much loved children’s character, Elmer the patchwork elephant.
Visitors will also be able to meet our Learning Herd; around 100 ‘young Elmers’, who will be popping up in special locations all across town.
It was a colourful day at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ head office in Ipswich, Suffolk, on Tuesday as staff welcomed Elmer the Patchwork Elephant to help mark 30 weeks until Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk takes over the tow....Read more
Imaginative Traveller has been creating inspirational adventure holidays for nearly 40 years. Based in Debenham in the heart of Suffolk they offer both tailor made and small group experiences with a unique choice of trav....Read more
Next summer, St Elizabeth Hospice are bringing 50 fantastically designed sculptures to the streets and open spaces of Ipswich and from the standard of entries received it is clear that visitors are in for a treat!The....Read more
The Suffolk Agricultural Association (SAA) has joined Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk in aid of St Elizabeth Hospice. The SAA will be the lead Education Partner in the 2019 art trail, alongside Ipswich School as Associate E....Read more
Learners from WS Training Limited, a private training provider with a base in Ipswich, enjoyed a visit from Elmer the Patchwork Elephant recently, in recognition of fundraising carried out in aid of St Elizabeth Hospice.....Read more
Isaacs on the Quay is preparing itself for an outbreak of the plague this Halloween and it’s calling in the Plague Doctor to help customers navigate through a tour of spine-tingling mazes to raise money for St Elizabet....Read more
Lovable children’s favourite Elmer the Patchwork Elephant will be joining in the Halloween half-term fun at Ipswich’s busy Sailmakers Shopping Centre this week.The popular pachyderm will be making a trunk call at....Read more
Suffolk Fostering and Adoption has today been unveiled as a sponsor for Suffolk’s biggest ever mass participation public art event – ‘Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk’.Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk, which will tak....Read more
Elmer the Elephant paid a visit to Concertus yesterday, ahead of ‘Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk’ which takes place in Ipswich next year.The eagerly-awaited follow-up to the 2016 Pigs Gone Wild trail will see 50 la....Read more
Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk this week announced an enhanced partnership with local leading independent school, Ipswich School.Already a keen supporter of the campaign, sponsoring a large sculpture and fundraising fo....Read more