Go wild collecting our free Pigs Gone Wild stickers
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Today - and every day this summer - we are giving our readers a free packet of Pigs Gone Wild stickers to celebrate the art trail that has been set up in Ipswich.
The stickers were officially launched yesterday and Matilda, Florence and Lizzie Dodd were among the first to get their hands on a packet.
Matilda, age six, said: “It was really fun seeing which stickers we had, we can’t wait to get some more.”
The stickers are being sold at £1 for a pack of five, or readers can use the voucher which will be printed daily to claim a free packet.
Each packet contains five stickers and in total there are 85 to collect including one of each pig on the trail, a junior pig collection and some special edition shiny stickers. The sticker album also includes two pages on Major Tim Pig, which is sponsored by the EADT and Ipswich Star, and a feature on some of the other great statues you may see while walking around Ipswich.
Sticker albums are out now and are priced at £5. Free sticker vouchers will be printed right up until the Ta Ta Trotters Finale, which takes place over the weekend of September 10 and 11 - meaning you can complete the whole album without buying a single packet.
Natalie Sadler, Digital Editor, said: “We have already ripped into a few packets and the stickers look great. We are sure that lots of children, and some adults, will have lots of fun collecting, swapping and sticking.”
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At the end of the summer we will be selling individual stickers so everyone can complete their albums.
“There has been a real air of excitement in Ipswich in the past few weeks since the Pigs Gone Wild trail launched and we are really proud to be involved in the project.
“It is great to see so many people out and about in Ipswich, and even better when you remember that this is all for a such a worthy cause.”
The trail is organised by St Elizabeth Hospice and Wild in Art and at the end of the trail the pigs will be auctioned off with the aim of raising £100,000 for the hospice.
• You can redeem your voucher at any of our offices, East Of England Co-op stores, St Elizabeth Hospice stores, Ipswich Tourist Information Office, and the Newspaper Kiosk on Tavern Street opposite Boots.
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