Sitting happily in a field on Malt Kiln Lane, Bispham Green – near Parbold in Lancashire UK – this giant teddy bear is tucking in to a bowl of Weetabix.
The giant bear is 25 feet tall and was built by local farmer Cliff Martland as an entry into the national Wheat Art Competition run by Weetabix and the National Farmer’s Union.
Weetabix is committed to supporting British farmers and farming, with all of the wheat used in Weetabix sourced in Britain.
The competition offers farmers the chance to win up to £5,000 by designing a sculpture or art installation using bales from their farms. There are ten regional £2,000 prizes on offer to farmers in each of the ten television regions in England, Scotland and Wales, and the overall winner will get a further £3,000.
Taken by Neil Evans while he was out on a Sunday drive and printed in the Ormskirk & West Lancashire Champion, this huge bear has a spoon by his side and is looking quite full after his big breakfast.
The sign next to the massive bear reads, “Who’s been eating my Weetabix”.
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