Can you find the Motability Operations Hairy Highland Coo?

Motability Operations are delighted to be sponsoring a sculpture on this year’s Hairy Highland Coo Trail to help raise money for Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS).

The trail is fully accessible and winds through Perth and Kinross, with 30 big coos and 20 mini coos to find, each decorated by local artists or schools and sponsored by local businesses.

On the moo-ve this summer? Find the Motability Operations ‘Highland’ Coo’, take a selfie with it, and you could win in our prize draw.

What is the Hairy Highland Coo Trail?

It’s a 10-week art trail, open from 28 June to 6 September, for local people and visitors to explore and enjoy.

The coos will be placed in streets, parks and other public spaces to create an open-air gallery.

The sculptures will then be sold at auction to raise funds for CHAS, which supports children with life-shortening conditions and their families across Scotland.

How do I find the coos?

You can download and print a map, or use the smartphone app to find your way.

If you download the app, you’ll also get rewards for finding certain coos. Look out for codes on the sculptures to see what rewards are available.

How do I enter the prize draw?

We’ll be sharing more details on our Facebook and Instagram pages in mid-July.

If you visit the trail before then, make sure you take a selfie with the Motability Operations coo ready to enter the draw once it’s open.

You can like us on Facebook or follow us on Instagram for all the latest news about the prize draw.

Is it free to join the trail?

Yes, it’s free to join the trail but you have the option to make a donation to CHAS.

If you cannot join the trail, there’s also a farewell weekend on 21 and 22 September at Scone Palace with all the coos on show.

Tickets for the farewell show cost £5 for adults and £2.50 for children, with all the funds raised going to CHAS.

You can find out more about the Hairy Highland Coo Trail on their website.

See the coo at the Big Event, Edinburgh

Once the trail has finished, the coo will also be on display at this year’s Big Event, Edinburgh on Friday 13 and Saturday 14 September.

Come along to the Royal Highland Centre to see the coo up close and browse over 70 cars, Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles (WAVs) and adaptations. You can also test drive adapted and standard cars, including electric vehicles.

Plus, we’ll have over 35 scooters and powered wheelchairs on display and an indoor test drive area to try the products in a safe space.

It’s completely free to attend and there’s plenty of accessible parking.

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