Half-Term App Launch

Half-Term App Launch

Bridgnorth Rangers (Girlguiding senior section unit) were amongst the first residents to trial the new phone app during their recent tour of the trail. Catherine Coleman, Division Commissioner, led the group and commented on how simple it was to use: “The girls were really pleased to be invited to be involved in trialling the app. We were able to use the app on the android device and as we arrived at each statue the button became available for us to click that we had ‘found it’. As we located each train the app then showed us the information about that particular statue

Featured Volunteer: Ewan Ferguson

Featured Volunteer: Ewan Ferguson

Ewan Ferguson helped to varnish all our statues for his Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award. He is pictured here working on Statue No. 7. Ewan says: “Helping out with the ‘Catch-Me-Who-Can’ trail has been extremely beneficial to my Duke of Edinburgh award scheme. Thanks to...
Lucky Lad Travels 100 Miles to Collect his Prize

Lucky Lad Travels 100 Miles to Collect his Prize

The winner of Bridgnorth Art Trail’s Summer Anagram Competition, Pascoe Reynolds, aged 9, travelled over a hundred miles from Sheffield to Bridgnorth on Saturday to collect his prize – a family ticket on the Severn Valley Railway! Pascoe, and his family...
Our fantastic ground works and logistics team!

Our fantastic ground works and logistics team!

Our fantastic ground works and logistics team was key to the success of the trail launch in July this year. The team, led by JSR Construction (www.jsrconstruction.co.uk), and supported by Holden’s Brewery (www.holdensbrewery.co.uk) and members of Bridgnorth Town...
Volunteer Plinth Spruce Up!

Volunteer Plinth Spruce Up!

Following our appeal for volunteers to help spruce up our plinths, and the promise of fine weather, it was fabulous to see people turn up to help. We met at the Town Hall on Monday at 6.30pm. We had previously asked volunteers to bring their own brushes, and the...