Walk the Otter Wey trail to see a parade of more than 40 decorated otters. The otters will be on display around Farnham until Friday 29 June.

About the otters

There are 44 one-metre tall otters to be seen on the Otter Wey trail.

The otters have been decorated by a mix of professional, amateur and community group artists and sponsored by local businesses and organisations.

The otter was chosen as a way to raise awareness about the importance of clean rivers and the return of the creature to the River Wey near Farnham.

Take the tour

The Otter trail is 3.7 miles long. You can decide where to start and end your walk.

Download your copy of the trail route to see the location of the otters, the artist and sponsor.

Alternatively, you can see the otters on display in Gostrey Meadow on Saturday 30 June. Vote for your favourite otter, and the school or community group receiving the most votes will be given their otter as a prize.

Win an otter

Enter the competition to win the Farnham in Bloom otter. All you have to do is find as many otters as you can and list their names on the competition entry form.

The competition closing date is midday on Wednesday 27 June.

How to own an otter

Some of the otters will be auctioned on 9 July at Farnham Castle. Download the auction bidding form to place your bid. The closing date for bids is midday on Friday 6 July 2018.

About the project

The Otter Wey trail is a fundraising project that was adopted by the former Mayor of Farnham, Councillor Mike Hodge to raise money for Woodlarks and Brightwells Gostrey Centre. The project has been run by Farnham Lions, and Blooming Arts. Additional support has been given by the Farnham South Street Trust and the Farnham Institute charities.