There were some willow workshops held at Lotherton last year and there's now quite a few willow sculptures situated throughout the grounds. I've discovered that they were made by a lovely lady by the name of Wendy who is twigsandsprigs_ on Instagram, and it was Wendy who conducted the workshops there too.
As you come up the drive there's this cute little deer. I thought a deer had escaped from the deer park at first glance the first time I saw it.
This hare stands about five foot tall and he can be found by the side of the road as you drive round to the car park at the back of the estate. I think he's my favourite of all the willow sculptures.
The penguin is a handsome chap, he's located right outside the entrance to Wildlife World where you can see all kinds of animals and birds. A colony of Humboldt penguins live here and they're fascinating to watch.
The rest of the sculptures can be see on the Boundary Walk. The fox is right at the beginning.
What a fantastic sculpture the archer is. He even has arrows in his quiver.
You must remember to look up as you're walking otherwise you may just miss something, like this owl perched in the tree at the end of the Boundary Walk.
Apparently, there's also two squirrels but they're rather elusive, we haven't come across them yet but we're on the lookout.
Do you have a favourite?