Charity Partners

Hope House

We are proud to be partnering with Hope House as our official charity partner for the next 12 months.

Hope House Children’s Hospices are a centre of excellence for children’s palliative care, working to ensure that no one faces the death of their child alone. They support more than 750 local families who are either caring for a terminally ill child, or whose child has died.

Hope House and Tŷ Gobaith care for babies, children, young people and young adults up to the age of 25 years who have life-threatening conditions and are not expected to live beyond 25 years of age.

The care provided is in the form of respite care, care for young adults, antenatal and neonatal support, end of life and immediate care after death, sibling support and social work.

They also offer counselling and bereavement support to any family living in our area who has suffered the death of a child in any circumstance.

Help is available to children and families living in Shropshire, Cheshire, Mid and North Wales.

Sculpture Partners

Elliott of London

Founded by Young British Sculptor Charles Elliott, the brand have earned National and International recognition already, with sculptures shown at prestigious venues including Royal Ascot Racecourse, Cheltenham Festival, Royal Hospital Chelsea, and Bolesworth.

Sculptures on display at Bolesworth will include feature pieces ‘Grand Prix’, and ‘Perfecting Piaffe’.  Sculptures can be bought and commissioned via the following link:

Bunker Art Gallery

Visit the Bunker Art Gallery in Cheshire if you are looking for a one-off piece or a gift for the person that has everything!

Marvel’s Deadpool and Spiderman, captured in handmade sculptures with nuts and bolts. Metal beacons showcasing the heroes’ distinctive characteristics.

Over 6ft tall, The Terminator is a combination of various metal parts intricately put together by hand. His red LED eyes adds to the fear he commands.

Our nightmare inducing Predator lights up the night. Depicting the hunter’s unmistakeable dreadlocks, arthropod-mandibles and shoulder gun, the ‘Plasmacaster’.

We will have a range of eclectic pieces on display in a retail stand at the Christmas Lights, but commissioned pieces can also be arranged, visit:


Ian Unsworth, Pangea Sculpture’s founder, first saw animal sculptures being sold at the roadside whilst on a trip to Africa. He became fascinated with these fantastical sculptures and met with the artists and artisan’s for Sculpture Art and variety of other African Art. Ian bought a couple of pieces for himself and made arrangements to ship a container of these beautiful animal sculptures over to the UK to see if other people had the same reaction to them as he did. Naturally, people flocked to them and the entire lot sold within weeks.

Taking their name from the ancient supercontinent of Pangea, these sculptures will be on show throughout the trail and will be available to purchase via the Edgemere stand in the Christmas Village. Visit:

Stephen Broadbent

From his studio on the Bolesworth Estate, artist Stephen Broadbent has completed many public art projects in towns and cities across the UK and overseas.

His piece on display art Bolesworth is titled ‘The White Horse’

‘Perhaps you will find a white horse, with a mythical ghost like appearance, they say it can often be seen drinking from the lake at Bolesworth”

For more information visit:

Tessa Campbell-Fraser

The piece on display by renowned sculptor Tessa Campbell-Fraser is one of an edition of 9 and is titled ‘Stag’

On loan from Carden Park’s Sculpture Trail.

For more information contact Grant Ford –