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The pigs are coming! Just six days to go until public art trail arrives in Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 14:54 21 June 2016 | UPDATED: 14:55 21 June 2016

Photographer Mark Bailey is pictured with Sam Catling and Jack Nicholl of St Elizabeth Hospice

Photographer Mark Bailey is pictured with Sam Catling and Jack Nicholl of St Elizabeth Hospice

Next week Ipswich will become a mecca for art enthusiasts, pig lovers and families seeking a fun and active afternoon out.

The highly-anticiapted Pigs Gone Wild trail launches on Monday, June 27 and you will finally get to see what all 39 pigs look like in the flesh.

Maps are being printed and the app is being polished by developers ready for the arrival of the pigs.
Then residents and visitors will be able to go wild, seeking out pigs, checking in using the app and marking them off on the map.

You will be able to share selfies and choose your favourite pig.

See our video above for a sneak peak at Steampunk Pig - sponsored by Birketts.


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