TRAIL 2017 – 13th year

TRAIL 2017 – 13th year

23rd July - 2nd September
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TRAIL is supporting It’s Our World

TRAIL, now in its 10th year, is involved with ,

the U.K.’s Largest  Art project for 4 – 19 year olds.

This UK ART project, creating the largest website gallery for young people was launched on Thursday 5th June (UN environment day) at Waterloo Station, London. Schools and organisations involving young people are invited to register with It’s our World and submit images of artwork from September 2014 to May 2015.

For more details on how to take part click HERE

Images from young TRAIL artists were displayed on Europe’s largest screen, motion@waterloo and the Marine panel made at Westcliff Primary School was used on the UN website


Marine panel made by pupils of Westcliff Primary School, Dawlish, Devon (2.1 x 3.5m)

Marine panel made at Westcliff Primary School, Dawlish (2.1 x 3.5m) – Lead Artist Lauren Ballard

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The hashtag is #ItsOurWorld


TAAG latest Press Release

Environmental Art News from TRAIL at Teignmouth

Environmental Art News from TRAIL at Teignmouth, Devon

TRAIL  is featured on the UN website for World Environment Day Thursday 5th June. Some of our images were on the big screen at Waterloo Station at the launch. Can you please tweet and facebook this amazing opportunity for schools and youth organisations to have their environmental artwork on the UN website from September 2014. Lots of local schools have taken part in TRAIL since 2005 and some of their artwork is featured on the UN site. 

The TRAIL team has also built an igloo at Living Coasts, Torquay ( the Pole to Pole Campaign involving European Zoos.

A second version will be on Teignmouth Seafront this summer alongside a Polar Bear from the Arctic Campaign supplied by Greenpeace. It is TRAIL’s 10th anniversary.