The Rainbow Trail has opened in a selection of our city parks thanks to a community art project that shares a message of hope as we move forward through the coronavirus pandemic. During July and August, see if you can spot the 100 designs dotted around parks in the city including The Common, Freemantle Lake, Riverside Park, Southampton sport centre and in the city centre.
You can find a handy map here. The rainbows are carved from up-cycled scaffold board and printed with designs by local children and residents. Simply scan the QR code to “capture the rainbow” and if it’s in the Common then it will also have some creative writing attached. Once the QR code is scanned you can find a clue – collect all the clues to complete the trail. We’re delighted to be the Rainbow Trail’s chosen charity and the project is raising money for the vital work we do in the city. For more information about the Rainbow Trail see www.jackbsirwin.com/pagert
If you’d like to sponsor a rainbow and have your organisation or business seen by potentially 100,000 + visitors please see www.jackbsirwin.com/sponsor