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Kingfisher trail app is ready

Kingfisher trail app is ready

The kingfisher sculptures were placed on the Thames and Severn Trails during the last week of May. Plaques have been added to the plinths of the sculptures that detail the artist, sponsor and the all-important 6 digit code that can be used in the App. The App went live on Monday and gives more detail on each of the sculptures, the artists, a trail map, and a stats page – all designed to encourage visitation.

You can download the App from the App Store by searching "Kingfisher Trail 2021". Please download the App and share the details to further increase awareness of the trail. The App also allows you to purchase a ticket for the Golden Kingfisher. This special kingfisher is perching at Iford Manor Gardens for the summer and was painted by landscape artist Guy Warner.

For those not able to download the App, the Trail page of the website has all of the locations listed beneath the map. In addition, the downloadable map has all of the locations listed on the second page, including all of the Flying Kingfisher dates. See webpage for full details: https://www.kingfishertrail.org/the-trail

Here are the social media channels:


Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/KingfisherTrail
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/p/CJGIwwlJEQc/
Twitter - https://twitter.com/kingfisher2021

Posted: Tue, 22 Jun 2021 17:55 by Alison Robinson

Tags: Kingfisher trail, promoting Gloucestershire, tourism