The Buckingham Town Council was very excited to announce the launch of the second temporary public art sculpture trail, which is scheduled to be operational during the period of time when students are on summer break in the year 2023.
The Swan Trail is a community-driven, kid-friendly, and feel-good project that offers a free activity for all members of the community to participate in and enjoy. T
his activity is the Swan Trail. The artwork on each swan was contributed by children at the local school, local artists, and other members of the community.
Local companies and organisations, in addition to the Buckingham & Villages Community Board of the Buckinghamshire Council, have contributed significantly to the funding for the swans. done by 10 different painters, and many people believe that it adds to the land’s overall beauty as a result of its contribution.
After a summer spent looking for swans in Buckingham, the town’s enormous, colourful statues were put up for auction to generate money for the Mayor’s Charities and for a future project of a similar nature.
The Swan Trail Auction provided a one-of-a-kind opportunity to place a bid for any one of the ten swans up for grabs. The bidding process took conducted in-person as well as online, making use of social media and the website of the Town Council.
The Swan Trail Auction’s bidding will start at noon on Monday, October 23, and will run until 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, November 5 (the closing date and time). Beginning on Monday, October 23, and continuing through Friday, November 3, visitors to the Old Gaol Museum will be able to view all of the swans that are part of the collection. The Buckingham Old Gaol Museum is open from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm every day, Monday through Saturday.