A new “Corgi trail” was launched in Central London to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
From Belgravia to Strand, 19 sculptures of corgis designed by contemporary artists have been placed in various gardens, stations, or hotels on a trail run by London HQ – the collective of Victoria, Victoria Westminster, Whitehall and Northbank Business Improvement Districts (BIDs).
The Queen, who celebrates her 70 years on the throne this year, has owned more than 30 corgis in her life.
Honey, Susan or Willow: the 19 statues on the trail were named after the Queen’s corgis.
For those who want to discover the trail “The Queen & Her Corgis”, a digital map is available on the Victoria and Northbank BIDs websites, and paper maps are distributed in the visitor’s information kiosk outside Victoria station, as well as in the different hotels where Corgis are hosted.
Full story available on Shorthand: Along the Corgi trail: a royal walk in London for the Queen’s Jubilee (shorthandstories.com)