Last night, whilst enjoying the WolvesinWolves walking trail with her puppy Bailey, Holly Hastings (aged 9 years old) found Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group’s wolf, Bayliss in West Park, Wolverhampton.
Holly said, “I like walking in West Park with Bailey. This is the first wolf on the trail I’ve met, but I’m going to try and get to all of them on our walks. I loved that Bayliss had a stethoscope around his neck, he looks like a doctor!”.
NHS Wolverhampton CCG is an official sponsor of the Wolves in Wolves project. The wolf was designed by the CCG and then brought to life by Moreton School.
The sculptures have been placed in locations across the city with ‘Bayliss’, number seven on the trail map, sitting near the bandstand in West Park and blending into the beautiful park surroundings.
Get active and enjoy the sights across our city and have some fun walking the trail and collecting the gold stars. Don’t forget to collect all letters and enter the competition.
The project runs until 24 September, when the majority of the sculptures will be auctioned off to raise money for several charities.
For more information and to download a trail map please visit:http://www.wolvesinwolves.co.uk/index.html