In addition to the large lions, there will also be a mini-pride of Lion Cubs exclusively for schools, community groups and charities to decorate and display on the mane trail.
The cubs will be displayed in accessible locations across Windsor, Eton, Maidenhead and beyond for nearly three months, from August to October 2019.
Mini-lions can be sponsored by schools or by philanthropic businesses and individuals who can sponsor and donate a cub to a school or charity of their choice. Mini-Lion sponsorship is £750 + VAT.
Pupils and teachers will love being part of the creative process and will take enormous pride in their cub when out on public display alongside the big lions. Your cub will promote your school's creativity, engage pupils, staff and prospective parents and help to raise much needed funds for local charities.
Lion Cub fundraising events can be held over the summer term, such as lion biscuit and cake sales, lion treasure hunts and safari themed dress-down days.
To find out how your school can be part of this exciting, creative event, please download the Mini-Lion Sponsor Pack or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
The clay Lion Cub taking shape in sculptor Alan Dun's studio.
Emily and Sophie meet a large lion on its way to an artist in Peascod Street.