How do you like them apples?
IF you are still hankering after the gorilla statues that went down a storm in Bristol and can't wait for the Gromit figures soon set to appear – then there is a new arts trail in the city for you.
Schools in north Bristol will be helping create giant apples which will make up part of an art trail set to take place in March.
The arts week, named Stimulate Your Senses, will also showcase local talent and amateur artists, musicians and dancers who might not normally have an outlet for their talents.
Orchard School Bristol, Filton Avenue Junior, Filton Avenue Infant and Upper Horfield Primary will all contribute to the trail by leaving a "crop" of large apple sculptures on display at venues along the way.
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The week-long trail will also offer learning activities aimed at all the family, including photography, singing and cooking.
Ahead of the event organisers want to hear from individuals, families and groups who want to get involved.
Partnership manager Helen Howard said: "We want to work with the community to develop a week of art and performance, not just for children but for the whole community."