The Derby Ram Trail Legacy Lives On

By Visit Derby

Created October 20, 2021

Last updated March 21, 2023

The Derby Ram Trail was a huge success this summer, however the legacy lives on! 

After the successful auctioning of the of 30 uniquely painted 5ft ram sculptures, half are now privately owned and 15 remain in the public realm for people to enjoy.  Here is where you can spot them whilst on your travels;

  1. Ramtastic and Poseidon rambled off to a Lincolnshire Wolds location set in the grounds of Nettleton Park, owned by Don Amott Parks.
  2. Rambo takes pride in looking after the iconic pepper pot building on the former site of the Derby Royal Infirmary in the Nightingale Quarter, Derby.
  3. Captain Stone was purchased by the entrepreneurs at Project D and will make guest appearances at some of their pop-up events.
  4. Secret R.A.M. and Random Access Memory welcome visitors to Tioga Limited, helping showcase their expertise in Electronics Assembly at their Head Office on Mansfield Road, Derby.
  5. Ramble sits on proud display at Custom Paintworks Derby and was bought in memory of Robin Morley who used to ramble in the Peak District with his son Scott Morley, the owner of the company.
  6. For Those About to Rock warmly welcomes visitors to Brand Outlet on Ascot Drive in Derby, and we are told is already a hit with their visitors.
  7. Pride in Derby has nestled into its new home at Derby City Council on Corporation Street and proudly shares its space with a sheepdog!
  8. Play is residing at Cosy HQ, the play factory in Fauld near Tutbury and will playfully come out on tour with Cosy Direct in support of their work with Derby Kids Camp.
  9. Mondriram, sits proudly outside Vaillant Group’s Customer Experience Centre in Belper, Derbyshire. Vaillant was really happy to win the ram and use it to welcome visitors and staff to their award-winning manufacturing plant.
  10. Nurse Nightingale sits proudly inside the main reception at the Royal Derby Hospital, continuing to support their work connecting art and wellbeing.
  11. Ram Gogh – Starry Night over the Dales and Herding Together to RAMp up Quality take up a temporary position at the Needles Pub in Alvaston, Derby before they move into a new pub garden area next year to welcome families and visitors alike.
  12. Keener eyed ram spotters might also see Derby Industries outside Motus Commercials when driving past their office in Mackworth.

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