Shaun in the City organisers have been forced to remove one of the statues just a week into the event after it was damaged by vandals.
Shaun on the Cob, which was in Broadmead, was removed Monday afternoon. It's not known when it will be back.
Due to damage, Shaun on the Cob in Broadmead has been temporarily removed. Ewe can still tick him off as the app code is on his plaque!
Children from primary schools across Bristol helped in the design of a new Shaun the Sheep interactive game that will promote sustainability to potential audience of millions around the world.
The Shaun in the City trail began this week. Fans of the Aardman character can see 70 sculptures across Bristol.
Sustainable Shaun is an online game for children to play over the school holidays. It'll be previewed at the weekend on the big screen at the city's Harbourside.
How many of you remember trying to master the pogo stick when you were younger? And how many of you quickly gave up?
Well one man in Bristol has actually never stopped. Jack Sexty has taken his pogo obsession to a new level - setting a new world record for the most consecutive bounces. Jonty Messer has been to meet him.
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A public arts trail featuring seventy Shaun the Sheep sculptures is launching in Bristol today.
The statues will be dotted around key landmarks across the city to raise money for Bristol Royal Hospital for Children.
Artists, designers and businesses such as DreamWorks, Thunderbirds and Bagpuss creator Peter Firmin have decorated the sculptures.
It's hoped the trail, named Shaun in the City, will be as popular as the Gromit Unleashed version two years ago.
We've been getting acquainted with the Shaun the Sheep sculptures heading out on location for this summer's trail across BristolRead the full story ›
70 Shaun the Sheep sculptures have been given their finishing touches before being released across Bristol this weekend.
Local artists have been at the heart of the Shaun In The City project to raise money for the city's children's hospital.
Adults turned into children in Dorset today as they bought a huge collection of toys, paying hundreds of pounds for some of them.
The vast set of Star Wars figures was built up by a local man, and thanks to the internet, bidding came from around the world.
Bobba Fett alone went for more than £460.
Duncan Sleightholme has been rediscovering his youth with Mr Fett.
The Shaun in the City sculpture trail, which hits Bristol's streets on Monday, was given its official, and typically unusual, launch today.Read the full story ›