The Guernsey Goat statues are now on display and will remain in place until mid-August 2021.
The Goat Trail covers the majority of our beautiful island. How and when you complete the trail and the order in which you view the goats is entirely up to you. You may choose to walk, cycle, or visit locations by bus. There is no specific timescale for completing the trail, however the competition and prize draw will end mid-August.
Fifty-two goats can be discovered outdoors in a variety of locations including local businesses, schools, local attractions and places of interest, churches, restaurants, and local landmarks. Whilst following the trail you can also enjoy exploring our beautiful Island of Guernsey.
Find out about downloading the app and map on there website https://www.goldenguernseygoattrail.co.uk/
The Golden Guernsey Goat Trail is a community project organised by Autism Guernsey with Support from GALP. Everyone can get involved in some way.
Local businesses and individuals were invited to sponsor and name a goat, and the goats were decorated by local artists, clubs and community groups, schools, charities, and day centres. Each goat is unique.
The goats were fitted to plinths made by the Guernsey Prison, Paul's Joinery, R & D De Jersey, Daniel Alderton and R.H. Le Tissier. Plaques, kindly supplied by Dowding Signs, are fixed to plinths and detail the names of the goat, sponsor and designer/painter.