An epic step-free Arts Trail with diversity and inclusion at its heart.
A Trail Map and App will navigate the public through London’s famous streets including the South Bank of the River Thames and the historic City of London, helping them discover each sculpture and unlock a series of rewards and fun facts.
School children from the local area and beyond will also have an exciting opportunity to decorate their own Mini Morph sculptures and then see their artwork on display in their school. A learning programme for participating schools will help to educate students on the importance of accessibility and inclusion whilst developing creative skills.
This unique step-free trail will provide an opportunity for the public to learn more about how together, we can remove barriers and create a more inclusive society.
Following the public trail, the Morph’s will be auctioned off to raise vital funds and awareness for Whizz-Kidz to help transform the lives of young wheelchair users across the UK.Events
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Your donations create real change
Whizz-Kidz is the UK’s leading charity for young wheelchair users. Our vision is for a society in which every young wheelchair users is mobile, enabled and included. Whizz-Kidz supports young people by providing the wheelchairs, equipment, support and confidence-building experiences they need, and campaigning for a more inclusive society.
Our vision is a society in which every young wheelchair user is mobile, enabled and included.Find out more
Buy a Morph at Auction
When the Trail ends, the super-sized Morph sculptures will be auctioned to raise funds for Whizz-Kidz. Whizz-Kidz supports young people by providing the wheelchairs, equipment, support and confidence-building experiences they need, and campaigning for a more inclusive society. We hope to raise enough funds in the auction to allow 100 more young wheelchair users across England, Scotland and Wales be mobile, enabled and included.Find out more
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