Guarding the statue of William III in the middle of Queen’s Square in Bristol is the uniformed 25. Bristol’s Own.
Wearing a canine version of the uniform of the Bristol’s 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, the Gromit had his boots and cap, with “Private Gromit”.
Dogs were used during World War One to deliver messages, food carriers and as companions to the soldiers.
In his back pocket you can see a love letter to his sweetheart, Poppy.
Back in 2015 I attempted to see and photograph all 70 Shaun the Sheeps I managed to get 62. This time I am aiming to get all 67 sculptures. I have created this page to record all the sculptures we find. Download the app to find the sculptures.
We have found some more Shauns, including some we missed due to the Bristol Harbour Festival.
Right in the heart of Queen’s Square in Bristol is 69. King of the Carnival.
Not sure why, but this isn’t one of my favourites. Not sure of the theme, or why it’s King of the Carnival. If you know, let me know in the comments.
Over by, what was Wildscreen-at-Bristol and is now the Bristol Aquarium, is 37. Life Aquatic, a fish themed Shaun by the fish attraction.
Many years ago I worked for At-Bristol and was in the offices in the old leadworks next to Wildscreen-at-Bristol, which became Wildwalk and then sadly closed.
Unlike number 69, the next Shaun and the final one in the list, 70. Justice Lamb, is one of my favourites and looks great. I like the paint effect of the wig and the robe.
He can be found on one of the corners of Queen’s Square looking as though he is judging everyone who enters the square.
Though it is the final Shaun in the list, we still have a fair few to find and photograph.