Woodland fun day at Ty Sculpture Trail
PUBLISHED: 07:34 16 May 2019 | UPDATED: 07:34 16 May 2019
Scores of families flocked to a Wraxall woodland to take part in a fun day and sculpture trail.
Piers Partridge and Fiona Andrews put on the event to mark the third anniversary of the Ty Sculpture Trail, which was set up in memory of Piers' son Ty who died of leukaemia at the age of 21.
The fun day, in Towerhouse Wood, would also have been Ty's 30th birthday.
Piers said: "It was a really lovely day. Quite a lot of Ty's friends showed up, which was very moving for us.
"One of the things the trail is achieving is raising people's awareness that there is a wood there, which is very satisfying for us because the idea of the trail was to get more people in the woods."
Families hunted for the stone sculptures and took part in forest school activities, games and storytelling sessions.
The Ty Sculpture Trail features stone carvings of native animals and birds, along with a few secret sculptures.
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