A ‘baa-rilliant’ art trail featuring much-loved children’s character Shaun the Sheep is coming to Brighton & Hove.

Visitors to the city will be able to see more than 120 individually designed sculptures displayed around Brighton & Hove’s streets, parks and other public areas between 9 September and 5 November.

The event is raising money to enable Martlets hospice to keep caring for people facing the toughest of times.

The trail of big and little Shauns covers the whole of the community which Martlets serves, from Portslade to Newhaven. The bold, brave and colourful designs from local and national artists as well as schools, nurseries and care homes, aim to shine a light on the life-changing impact of hospice care.

You can visit the trail for free this autumn but visitors are asked to consider making a donation. You can support ‘Shaun by the Sea’ and find out more by visiting shaunbythesea.co.uk

Shaun the Sheep in front of Brighton Pavilion