A wicker sculpture of a woman and her baby has been attracting crowds in Bath. Hundreds of passers-by stopped to tie ribbons onto the seven-feet-tall statue in a gesture of solidarity with mothers across east Africa.
People of ages took the opportunity to help transform the bare wicker of the statue into a multicoloured structure that is full of life.
It's the idea of the Bath-based charity Send A Cow, which is raising funds to support mothers across east Africa.
The charity's Mother & Child appeal has the backing of the UK Government, which has agreed to double all donations before 31 December.
The Mother and Baby sculpture was on display next to the Roman Baths and will now be on show outside St Swithin's Church in Walcot for the next two weeks.