Driffield Corgi Trail – 22 June – 4 Sep 2022

The Platinum Jubilee Driffield Corgi Trail will be held from Thursday 2nd June 2022 around Driffield town centre.

The aim of the trail, which runs until Sunday 4 September,  is to celebrate the Queens love of these characterful dogs as well as encouraging people to discover all that Driffield has to offer with its huge variety of shops and eateries.

The idea for the trail came from Driffield Town Councillors Amanda Croft and Andrew Coleman with local artist Siobhan Palmer designing the Driffield corgis. The life sized corgis were made by Driffield Tidy Team member Andy Wilson – assisted by Driffield Men in Sheds.

The corgis have been decorated by local school pupils from all over the Driffield area and each one represents a country of the Commonwealth.

Forms are available from the Little Book Emporium (Middle Street North), Wonders of the Wolds (Market Place) or Kinship (Middle Street South) and on the Driffield Town Council website.

Those handing in the first 100 correctly completed forms will receive a specially made commemorative Driffield Corgi Trail medal and be entered into the draw in September to win their  very own Corgi decorated by partner artist Siobhan Palmer. All other entries after the first 100 will receive a Corgi Trail pin badge.

Completed forms need to be returned to Little Book Emporium, Wonders of the Wolds or Kinship.