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Uploaded on May 5, 2010
A giant pride of 100 individually decorated, life-size lion sculptures, will be taking up residence in and around the World Heritage City of Bath from the end of May to mid September 2010 in a colourful cultural event to raise funds for local charities and bring a smile to the faces of residents and visitors alike. The lion sculptures, sponsored by businesses, local communities and individuals, will be decorated by artists and craftspeople using their skill and imagination to produce eye-catching artworks from the beautiful to the bizarre. The lions will remain on public display throughout the summer and then return to their den in September 2010 to be restored to their former glory in preparation for the 'Lions Roar Goodbye' weekend event, 9th and 10th October, when the pride will gather together in front of Baths world famous Royal Crescent for their public farewells before the Lions of Bath 2010 charity auctions on Friday October 15th and Sunday 17th 2010.