Lincoln Barons

The Red Arrow and YellowBelly Barons take shape

Caption:The Lincoln Magna Carta barons are now being painted, a total of 25 will be placed around the city to form a trail around the streets.    Picture: John Jenkins You can buy Echo photographs by visiting www.thisisphotosales.co.uk/lincolnshire or by calling 0844 4060910.   Picture: John Jenkins Contact: ruth pigott 07957619844 Source: rob rowlands Postcode:  Date: 24th April Keywords:

Ruth draws up the design for the Red Arrows Baron

We've been really busy, after two of Ruth's designs were chosen by sponsors for the Lincoln Baron trail. Painting both the Red Arrows baron and the Yellow Belly Baron in a public space has been great fun.


The Yellowbelly Baron is 'gleggin at yer'

With the empty shop door enticing people to pop in and see what we are getting up to. The door has been opened to the public, press photographers, film makers, radio presenters and TV crews... never a dull day!


Look North come into the shop

We even had a film made about the Red Arrows project, this baron had young people helping to paint him. Three different groups that included young people doing arts awards, teenagers who are part of the Jon Egging Trust and young adults from the charity Framework.


Alan Noble puts Framework in the picture


With a huge thank you to the talented painters who helped make the Red Arrows Baron look as spectacular as he does : Hannah, Maisie, Abbie, Lucy, Talia, Sophie, Jake, Shaeleigh and of course Becci - you did an exceptional job

all young people


Our Barons will be in the Lincoln Baron trail alongside 23 other artist designed Barons, as part of Lincolns Magna Carta celebrations. Why not explore the beautiful city of Lincoln, with the trail winding along from St Marks all the way up to the Cathedral. Our Red Arrow baron will be installed outside the train station and the YellowBelly baron will be by the Brayford. The trail starts from June 13th until October 1st.  Enjoy exploring and take a selfie with a baron!  #Lincolnbarons.


The Barons backs, as they look towards the door to see who'll visit next








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