We would like to thank the following companies and individuals for very generously donating their time and expertise to the Lions of Bath 2010 event.

  • Bath & North East Somerset Council for its support of the “Lions of Bath 2010” public art event; for kindly sponsoring two lions as prizes for the B&NES schools ‘Design a Lion Sculpture’ competition; for facilitating the display of the lion sculptures in the World Heritage city and for supporting the production of the Lions of Bath 2010 safari maps.

  • Future Bath Plus, the joint venture between the elected Council and the local business community, for their help and encouragement and for being so supportive of the Lions of Bath 2010 project from its inception.

  • Mogers Solicitors in Bath, and Simon Veysey in particular, for very generously donating their considerable time and expertise as the official Lions of Bath 2010 legal advisors.

  • Abel & Imray, the Bath firm of patent attorneys, who very kindly arranged the copyright and trade mark protection of the Lions of Bath 2010 sculpture and logo

  • Country Leisure, the GRP factory near Salisbury, which makes a wide range of fibreglass products, from the coat of arms on Tower Bridge to giant waterslides and huge mosque roofs, has now transferred its skills to producing its first ever pride of lions!  Many thanks to the lion team – keep up the excellent work!

  • Milsom Place Ltd, for kindly providing the pride with a Lions Den in the heart of the World Heritage city.  The Lions of Bath workshop and retail outlet will open at the end of May, from where lion fans can pick up their "Lions of Bath 2010" safari maps and head off around town to track down the "Big 100" lions in the pride.  Mini-lions, lion posters and books, original lion art and other Lions of Bath 2010 souvenirs will also be available. Please see for more information about this lovely, historic shopping enclave between Milsom Street and Broad Street.

  • Deloitte provides audit, tax, consulting and financial advisory services to public and private clients spanning multiple industries and are generously providing audit and tax advice to the Lions of Bath project.

  • King Bladud’s Pigs - Enormous thanks to Gitte Dawson and Justin Braithwaite, who created the phenomenally successful King Bladud’s Pigs event in the summer of 2008, without which people might not realise what fun Lions of Bath 2010 will be.

  • Lion sponsors - A huge thank you to all of the companies, communities and individuals who have kindly sponsored our lion sculptures, which will soon be taking pride of place on the streets, roundabouts, buildings and other locations in and around the World Heritage city of Bath in 2010.

  • R3D Films are passionate about delivering productions of the highest standard using the latest technology.

  • Thomas Firbanks and team - official movers of the Pride! Bath's premier removals company, domestic and corporate removals with secure storage facilities and full packing service.

  • Rudloe Stone provide quality fireplaces & flagstones made in Wiltshire. Large showroom also features live wood burning stoves. Bespoke design & full installation service available. Lions of Bath 2010 stone plinths by Rudloe.

  • Allen Ford of Bath have very generously loaned the Lions of Bath team a high roof, long wheelbase Transit van to transport our pride around the city over the next few months.  Emblazoned with 'Lions in transit' down each side, the vehicle is fast becoming a familiar sight on the streets of Bath!

  • Thanks to Bath's largest art and design centre F J Harris & Son for kindly supplying art materials to Olympic gold medallist Amy Williams to paint her lion, Medallion, sponsored by the Bath Rugby Club.

  • An enormous thank you to St James' Investments, who have so kindly given the Lions of Bath pride a home at the Bath Press site on the Lower Bristol Road, which is currently awaiting development.  The lions were taken to the Bath Press to be restored for the auction preview weekend and then stored on site before and after the auctions before heading off to pastures new across Britain and abroad!

  • Thank you to Embroidery UK for providing the Lions of Bath t-shirts, hats and canvasses.  Their choose-your-favourite lion t-shirts and canvasses make excellent presents....  See the website online shop for further details.

  • A big thank you to Sign Marketing for providing the giant "Lions Roar Goodbye" banner across Royal Victoria Park, the individual lion plaques and event signage for the Lions Roar Goodbye Weekend.  Sign Marketing also made the excellent Lions of Bath window logos and the lion ID banners for the Lion HQ in Milsom Place.