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A Herd of Elephants Tramples Through Pimlico!

London’s biggest ever outdoor art event has seen the capital taken over by elephants, and they have all marched through London to form a massive herd in Pimlico (at the Royal Hospital).

Elephant Parade was a large scale outdoor art exhibition of baby elephant sculptures, displayed in London from May to July 2010 and was London’s biggest outdoor art exhibition. It is an innovative fundraising and awareness campaign that shines a multi-coloured spotlight on the urgent crisis faced by the endangered Asian elephant. Created to support leading charity Elephant Family, each elephant is a unique piece of art painted by renowned artists and designers.

Elephant Parade’s mission is to become the world’s largest financial support organisation for elephants. Elephant Family has been campaigning for the conservation of the Asian elephant since 2002, and is the only UK charity dedicated solely and exclusively to saving the Asian elephant from extinction in the wild. Within only 100 years the elephant population has shrunk by over 90%, dropping from 250,000 to an estimated 25,000, placing this valuable species dangerously close to extinction. If current trends continue the Asian elephant will cease to exist in the wild by 2050.

If you are interested in attending the Champagne Brunch & Grand Auction on Saturday, tickets are £75 and can be bought from jo@elephantfamily.org

Elephant Parade

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