27 April 2020
The Derby Ram Trail team has decided to delay delivery of this world-class art trail due to take place this summer. This difficult decision has been taken in response to the recent Covid-19 (Coronavirus) developments and the social distancing measures currently in place potentially being extended. We look forward to bringing this fantastic event to our city streets in the future, when it is safe to do so and we will share a new launch date in due course.
Tony Butler, Executive Director, Derby Museums said: “The Derby Ram Trail will come to the streets of Derby when the time is right to bring people together to rediscover and take pride in their city, and we want to thank all our fabulous sponsors and artists for their continuing support to make this happen.”
Charlie Langhorne, Co-founder and Managing Director or Wild in Art said: “We are living in unusual times at the moment and it is inevitable that there will be changes. Wild in Art events are designed to bring the enjoyment of public art to all and when the Derby Ram Trail is revealed, it will give everyone a reason to smile. We look forward to seeing everyone out on the streets once again, enjoying time with friends and family and discovering all the wonderfully painted ram sculptures.”