Primary school children in the Horsham area are putting forward ideas to win one of three giant elephants to decorate for the town’s Elephantastic project.
The school that submits the most eye-catching design will receive a huge naked cardboard elephant which they will ‘dress to impress’ for its public appearances and ultimate auction to raise funds for the elephantastic charities.
Almost 30 locally based charities are so far set to benefit from money raised including Elephantastic partner; the Born Free Foundation, Chestnut Tree House, CoCo’s Foundation, the Dame Vera Lynn Trust and also smaller charities such as Woods for Learning, the Phoenix Stroke Club, and local community groups.
The Elephantastic spectacular is set to take Horsham by storm from 26th July to 31st August where 150 unique and colourful elephants will brighten up the streets of the town centre and surrounding rural areas.
For more info www.bornfree.org.uk
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