Cows about Cambridge: Win your own mini moo to decorate by sending us your design
Mini moos are out and about in the city, as part of the brilliant Cows about Cambridge art trail.
And the Cambridge Independent, as media partner for the trail, has a blank mini moo to give away as a unique prize.
Our winner will be able to decorate it and paint it as they wish.
The competition is open to individuals and families, schools and community groups.
To enter, we want to see your creative ideas for the design of a mini moo.
Simply send us a photograph or scan of your design, along with a few words about it.
Remember to include:
- Your name, address and, if under 18, your age (parents / guardians can submit on a child’s behalf)
- Your organisation/group/school if entering on behalf of one
- The name you’d give your mini moo
You can download a pdf of the template here to print, or print the picture below. Or you can just use your own drawing. Then send us a photograph or scan of your design.
Where to send your entries
Entries should be submitted by email@example.com putting ‘Mini moo competition’ in the subject line.
They should be received by Friday August 6, 2021.
Editor Paul Brackley said: “We’re looking forward to seeing creative ideas for this mini moo. There will be plenty of inspiration out there on the trail, so we’re sure we’ll see some brilliant concepts.”
Want some inspiration?
Here are some of the mini moo designs. You can find the location of all of them, and the large cow sculptures, via our interactive map.
Save the date
There are 90 sculptures on the trail - 46 mini moos and 44 large cow sculptures, and they will be in place until Saturday, September 4, 2021.
What if you miss a sculpture during the trail? There will be one last chance to see all the cows grazing in one location, on the farewell weekend, when you can say moo bye.
It will take place at The Grafton on September 18-19 and will be your chance to take those last snaps of the herd! Booking details for this event can be found on the Cows about Cambridge website - cowsaboutcambridge.co.uk.
Then the cows will be auctioned off on September 23 to raise money for Break.
The team at Wild in Art and Break would like to thank everyone who has made it possible for this trail to happen. To the supporting partners, sponsors, city council, artists, schools, community groups and above all to the volunteers and members of the public who have made the trail so successful:
Thameslink, Greater Anglia, Deloitte, Clayton Hotel Cambridge, Cambridge City Council, Cofinitive, Cambridge Leisure, Cambridge Assessment, Stagecoach East, Bidwells, La Piazza by Signorelli's, Graduate Hotels, Riverlane, University Museum of Zoology, Hilton Cambridge City Centre, John Lewis & Partners Cambridge, C. Hoare & Co, The Lion Yard Shopping Centre, Cambridge BID, Aspiration Europe, Wild in Art, Cambridge Independent, Pentaco, Ashtons Legal, 10 Creative, FCC Innovation, Cambridge City Council, Royal Society of Chemistry, Lanpro, Hilton Food Group plc, Break supported by The Sam Family, Gonville Hotel Cambridge, Huws Gray Ridgeons, Anglia Ruskin University, Break, The Grafton, McAleer & Rushe and Cambridge North.