“I’m very proud to be involved in The Big Trunk Trail for lots of reasons.”
“I think we all need a bit of joy after this last year and art has a wonderful way of bringing people together and making them smile. There seems to be even more of an appetite for art and culture now. I love that The Big Trunk Trail is different to other projects I have been involved in too because there is a real family focus. People of all ages and backgrounds will get to enjoy the elephants, so it’s really inclusive.
“Seeing all the other elephants is fantastic. They are all so colourful and impressive including the baby elephants by local schools.
“On top of that, it’s fantastic to be supporting the important work that Keech Hospice Care does for children and adults with life-limiting and terminal illnesses in the local area. It’s a great feeling knowing that I’m playing my part in raising awareness and funds as part of their 30th anniversary celebrations.
“And it’s great to be working with the BID again, to encourage more people back into the town centre in a safe way as businesses reopen. The BID has been a key partner in my other Luton-based projects and it’s great that they support art and culture.”