Standing at 40ft tall, our brand new sculpture needs to be seen to be bee-lieved! He is made of straw and hand split wood, which is coated in a natural black dye to give him
In August 2016, we created our Peter Rabbit straw sculpture for Beatrix Potters 100th birthday. Sadly he was set alight by arsonists in 2017, BUT we rebuilt him with the help of wonderful volunteers! He
A dinosaur again strides across the Cheshire plains. This Ice Cream eating Coneastrawus was conceived from an idea by Liz Considine and designed and fabricated by Michael Harper.
The Angel of the North West was a great success and supported Hope House.
Our steel and straw Millennium Wheel proved to be a huge success. It featured in Hello Magazine, Metro Magazine, The Farmers Guardian, Manchester Evening News, The Sunday Times and Funday Times. Chris was also interviewed by
Don't go Russian past. Snugnik featured in Hello magazine, The Chronicle and The Sentinel newspapers.
As 2007 was the 10 anniversary of our straw sculptures we held a competition to find inspiration for our creation. Our competition winner came up with this great idea – Dish of the day. Inspired
A GIANT straw windmill dominating the skyline at Snugburys ice cream farm in Hurleston was a runner-up in a Chronicle competition. The Park Farm parlour’s Chris and Cheryl Sadler were so pleased with the entries
Big Ben was a BIG success... Our 2009 straw feature was built in celebration of the Westminster Clock Tower’s 150th birthday. Snugburys fully working and luminous clock helped to mark this fantastic anniversary. The Straw
Our Meerkat was thirty six feet tall, that’s 30 times bigger than his African cousins! He really did have his own personality as he proudly surveyed the Cheshire plains over summer 2010. Snugburys meerkat supported