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Last chance to see the Shauns out in the wild

Today is the final day to catch Bristol's Shaun in the City statues out in their natural habitat.

From tonight the 70 sculptures are off to pastures new - they'll be rounded up for two special exhibitions ahead of the charity auction in October, raising money for the Bristol Children's Hospital.

Despite being on course for the wettest August on record, these sheep seem to have been a real hit, and everyone's got a favourite.

We talked to those who braved the weather to have a last look at their Shauns:

Organisers say the trail has been a huge success. Here's the trail in numbers:

13,000
uses of #shaunnthecity
80,000
downloads of the Sheep Spotter app
1.5 mn
views clocked up via the app
£2.3 mn
the amount raised by the Gromit Unleashed auction

Shaun is so popular...he spans the age range. From young children through to Grandma and Granddad, we've had the whole family on the trail.

– Anna Shepherd, The Grand Appeal

The sculptures will be auctioned off to raise money for The Grand Appeal, so Shaun's popularity could make a real difference:

Last day to complete Shaun in the City sculpture trail

The figures are due to be auctioned off with proceeds going to Bristol Children's Hospital Credit: Kim Ball

Today's the last day you can see the 70 models that make up the Shaun in the City trail in Bristol.

Organisers say the sculptures have attracted hundreds of thousands of visitors, including many from overseas.

The figures are due to be auctioned off with proceeds going to Bristol Children's Hospital.

Last weekend for Bristol's Shaun in the City trail

Last weekend for Bristol's Shaun in the City trail Credit: ITV News

People have been out across Bristol taking their last opportunity to spot the city's 70 Shaun the Sheep sculptures.

The Shaun in the City trail will end 5pm tomorrow - but it seems to have been a success, despite the wet summer.

Organisers say the shaun in the city hashtag has been used 13,000 times.

The sculptures will be auctioned off to raise money for Bristol Children's Hospital.

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