Honey: Cows About Cambridge
Our bovine beauty, Honey, graced the streets of the city in 2021.
The Making Of
After the trail, we made Honey’s ‘making of’ video more widely available. Watch it below.
Cows About Cambridge at a glance
Honey was one of almost 90 cows grazing the streets of Cambridge city centre between 28th June – 4th September 2021, part of the city’s biggest mass participation event of the year, coordinated by Wild In Art and organised to raise money for children’s charity Break. Honey was one of the large cow sculptures but there was also a herd of ‘Mini Moos’ around the city.
During the trail, Honey could be found grazing in New Square Park, between the Grafton and Lion Yard shopping centres.
The official trail app showed trail-goers where all the sculptures were located and gave access to bonus content. Each sculpture could be ‘unlocked’ to claim local rewards, achieve milestones, count steps and even to share selfies in the ‘Cowmunity’!
We have loved seeing all your photos on social media, and speaking to you for Honey’s own twitter account, @HoneyTheCow or from our Instagram accounts, @fccinnovation and @honeythecambridgecow.
Those that unlocked Honey in the Cows About Cambridge app received a link to Honey’s ‘making-of’ video and a chance to enter our free prize draw. The trail and farewell weekend are now over, and the prize draw has closed.
Stay up to date with our new boy, Rex_Machina!
You might like to follow our social media channels, which are still active, although Honey’s twitter account has been taken over by Rex_Machina, our Norwich GoGoDiscover 2022 T. rex!
We are also delighted to say that once Cows About Cambridge is over, we’ll still have a sculpture to be excited about…because we are sponsoring a Norwich T. rex in 2022! We cannot wait to get our teeth into something so roarrsome!
Click through to the GoGoDiscover (Break) website to learn more about the sculptures, events and fundraising.
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