Glorious Guildford Selfie Competition!


Take a selfie with #GloriousGuildford to win a meal for two at CAU


When Property House Marketing ‘herd’ CowParade was coming to Surrey, they jumped on board to take up the chance to sponsor a cow in support of one of their favourite charities – Challengers. In their recent blogs, they documented the arrival of their cow at our talented Ockham-based artist Colette Clegg’s studio, the decoration process and her debut at the Surrey County Show.

They are currently running a selfie competition. The person who takes the ‘moost mootiful’ or ‘amoosing’ photo with Glorious Guildford will win a meal for two at CAU Guildford, up to the value of £100. To be in with a chance, all you have to do is upload your selfie to either Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn – make sure to use #GloriousGuildford! So pay Glorious Guildford a visit at Guildford’s Castle Grounds and don’t forget to post, tweet and share!

Glorious Guildford will remain at the Guildford Castle Grounds until the end of August when the cows will be gathered up for their final public appearance at the Surrey Hills Food, Drink & Music Festival at Coverwood Farm on September 3rd, after which they will go to auction.

They will continue to ‘milk it’ by documenting the journey of our cow, so make sure you stay tuned to their blogFacebookTwitter and LinkedIn for more ‘udderly’ exciting updates!




Meet “Faith”, the Latest Addition…

faithFaith is the latest addition to CowParade Surrey and is the collaborative creation of children and young people from the Care Council and Creative Minds artist Sarah Fenner. Sarah undertook a series of workshops with groups of looked after children and care leavers aged from 3 – 13years. The young people had the opportunity to craft mini moos out of papermache and get creative with paints.

Sarah Fenner, Artist from Creative Minds comments;

“I love the fact that the name and design for Faith has all come from children and young people. It was a privilege to work with them as they explored their thoughts and ideas about what happiness meant to them and we concluded that happiness is having faith in ourselves. I hope i have done all that credit as i painted Faith. “

Artist Sarah Fenner works for Creative minds, a social enterprise that provides fun and therapeutic art sessions to care homes, community centres and other facilities across the UK.

Sarah used her skill and experience to create the cow design based on the young people’s ideas and designs focusing on what makes the children happy.

faith3The Care Council is a group of looked after children and care leavers aged 13+. They meet monthly and talk about things that are important to children and young people in care. Sessions allow children to talk about what they would like to stop, start and change about the Care system in Surrey, they also get to meet other young people in the same situation as them and also go on fun days out as a group. Care Council Juniors is for young people aged 8-13 who also meet monthly to achieve similar things as above, just in a more age appropriate way. Their meetings aim to help them to learn independent living skills such as first aid and cookery but in a fun environment. Faith has been sponsored by Surrey County Councillors, Yvonna Lay and Mary Angell who used their Member allocation funding to support the project.

Mary Angell, comfaith2ments; “We were delighted to use Member allocation money to sponsor ‘Faith’ for the Care Council. It’s been an amazing project that not only supports such a worthwhile cause but has also allowed the young people to have lots of fun getting involved with the design and creation process. We hope that this cow will raise lots of money when
it goes to auction to go back to support the Care Council and young people in Surrey.”

The cow will join the rest of the CowParade Surrey herd and will be available for all to see outside Quadrant Court in Woking. All the cows will be put out to graze and will be dotted around Surrey from June until the end of August and then the fun really begins! A specially designed app, created by digital design agency Akiko Design, is free to download from and will allow you to ‘check in’ to each cow as it’s found. You’ll discover lots about each cow as well as have the opportunity to win some fantastic prizes. Those who find the most cows will be entered into a prize draw to win a luxury Kuoni holiday for two to Mauritius!

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Surrey Hills CowParade: MPs back ‘innovative’ initiative at House of Commons

A group of Surrey MP’s have made a mooo’ve to back the Surrey Hills CowParade – theworld’s largest public art event, which comes to the county this summer.

Sir Paul Beresford (Mole Valley), Chris Grayling (Epsom and Ewell), Philip Hammond(Runnymede and Weybridge), Jonathan Lord (Woking), Anne Milton (Guildford) andDominic Raab (Esher and Walton) recently joined members of the CowParade team at the House of Commons.

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CowParade Auction in Paris, 15 December 2015

The auction of 55 cows, now exposed on the terrace of the Mini Palais, will be held Tuesday, December 15 at 19:00 under the hammer of Maitre Pierre CORNETTE SAINT CYR.

The sale will be moderated by Bernard Montiel with the presence of Véronique COLUCCI and Mimie MATHY, Godmother of the Cow Parade. Half of the profits from this sale will be donated to Les Restaurants du Cuer. Many of the 55 cows have been created by both emerging and world renowned artists includingas Ai Wei Wei, Ben, Philippe Druillet, Karl Lagasse, Alain Lestié, Jérôme Mesnager, Richard Orlinski and Hippolyte Romain.

Important Information

Auction Registration: Please email

Auction Catalog: Please click here for the auction catalog.

Cow Display

The 55 cows are on display to the public at the famous Mini Palais, 3 Avenue Winston Churchil, Paris. Click here for more information about the display.