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Community groups from across Jersey have been going wild for gorillas this year, designing and creating 16 ‘young’ gorilla sculptures to be displayed around the island. Funded by sponsorship or fundraising activities, this inspiring gorilla troop showcases the artistic talent and imagination of the local community.

From 9 July to 14 October, these gorillas form part of the Go Wild Gorillas art trail. They will then be proudly displayed alongside the 40 life-size gorillas at the farewell event at Jersey Zoo. These small gorillas will not go to auction, but will be returned to their creators to go on display for people to enjoy for years to come.

Thank you to our troop of community groups and sponsors.

Community Groups

Acorn

As Jersey's largest social enterprise, Acorn provides employment training and support for people with a range of disabilities…

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Beresford Street Kitchen

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Brighter Futures

Brighter Futures is a unique local charity that supports parents, families and young people in Jersey. We work with...

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Citi

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Enable Jersey 

Our gorilla is inspired by our college celebration of diversity and culture. A collaborative design and work by...

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EYECAN

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Headway Jersey

Headway Jersey provides essential support, information and services to people in Jersey who are affected by brain injury...

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Healing Waves

Healing Waves is a local charity that enables individuals living with disabilities, conditions and/or suffering from...

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Jersey Alzheimers Association 

JAA offer advice, support and education to the increasing number of people in Jersey who are affected by dementia...

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Mencap

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St Lawrence Youth Project & La Pouquelaye Youth Project

Our Youth Projects offer a wide range of personal and social development opportunities for young people aged 9 to 18...

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Stroke Association Jersey

In the UK there are over 100,000 strokes occurring each year – that’s 1 stroke every 5 minutes. Stroke Association is a…

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Youthful Minds

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