Join us on Friday 12 August as the Castle comes together to celebrate World Elephant Day
During the pandemic Sudeley became a safe refuge for a herd of magnificent life-sized elephants. The elephants were part of a 100 strong herd who were embarking on a global migration to raise fund and awareness for human-wildlife CoExistence projects. They were created by Elephant Family, a conservation charity founded by Mark Shand, nephew to the late Lord Ashcombe and brother of HRH The Duchess of Cornwall.
This year guests to Sudeley are invited to celebrate the world’s largest living land mammal with the family, a very special guest, and take part in a flower offering / Puja moment.
Entry to see the Sudeley Sculpture Safari is included with standard admission.
Full programme of events to follow