The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Sandstone Ridge Trust: May 2019
We have been posting lots of information regarding the launch of a 'Tattenhall Squirrel Trail' which is intended to engage with youngsters around the village.
Our Parish Council has provided guidelines advising how local groups, clubs, societies, organisations and individuals can get involved.
As an 'update' and to inspire you to get creative, we today include an image of 'Sandi' the Squirrel which has been created by Sharon, one of the Trustees for the Sandstone Ridge Trust.
Based on the inspirational artwork of Kim Atkinson who was commissioned by the 'Habitats and Hillforts Landscape Partnership Scheme' to illustrate the Sandstone Ridge, and using the Sandstone Ridge Trust branding materials, Sharon has created a Squirrel which reflects the natural beauty of The Ridge.
To find out more or to register your Squirrel with the Parish Clerk then CLICK HERE.
All Squirrels are intended to be installed from 1 June and the trail will be launched on 8 June.
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