Your chance to get involved!

In August 2016, artists were invited to consider the themes that emerged from the impact of the re-interment of Richard III on local communities. One year later artist Broadbent Studios were selected to work with communities to refine and finalise plans and designs for a sculpture trail. 

The project has been developed to tell the story of the Battle of Bosworth, fought on 22nd August 1485. The trail will showcase five different sculptural works of art which are reflective of the locations that host them and the importance of their role in the story. 

We are inviting you to be part of this exciting project with an open appeal. There are four different levels of sponsorship available or the option to donate any amount of your choice. The money raised will be used for enhancements and additional activities around the trail. 

Everyone that pledges a donation will be acknowledged on our roll of honour. Currently there is no closing date though the Sculpture Trail expects to open later in 2024.


Bronze Level: up to £99 donated

All donations will be marked with a listing on our roll of honour.   

  Silver Level: £100-£499 donated
For your generous donation, as well as a listing on the roll of honour, you will receive a beautiful and highly collectable commemorative coin with a full-colour display card.   

  Gold Level: £500 - £1499 donated
As a thank you, you will be the proud owner of a limited edition print of technical drawings, from the development of the sculptures, signed by the artist.   

  Platinum Level: £1500 - £2999 donated
Your support will be marked with -
• a listing on our ‘roll of honour
• a limited-edition print representing all the sculptures signed by the artist
• a VIP invite for two people to the ‘ribbon cutting’ event on the launch day, including hospitality.   

  Diamond Level: donations in excess of £3000
For individuals and corporate sponsors donating over £3000. This is a very special ‘money can’t buy' option giving a real insight into the project, the sculptures and the people behind it.
You will receive –
• a listing on our ‘roll of honour’.
• a VIP invite for two people to the ‘ribbon cutting’ event on the launch day, including hospitality
• 2 places on a ‘meet the team’ event where you will get to spend time with the key people behind the project. You will hear the whole story from concept to delivery. Get the chance to discuss the vision and approach directly with our artist, Stephen Broadbent before embarking on a guided tour of all the artworks with the Artist himself. This once-in-a-lifetime event will end with a special and unique supper.
• And as if that’s not enough, as a lasting keepsake, you will also receive a truly special wall-mounted bas-relief sculpture, representing the kneeling figure of Richard from the ‘Calm Before the Storm’ set in its context with the church in the background.

Stones being selected, at the quarry, for ‘The Storm Breaks’ sculpture.
Puzzle piece cutting works on the coin for the sculpture ‘Piecing Together the Past’.
Stephen Broadbent and Richard Knox on site at ‘The Storm Breaks’ during the archaeological works.