Wallace & Gromit have teamed up with the National Trust for a summer of celebration kicking off with special Diamond Jubilee events on Monday 4th June!
The inventive pair will be hanging the bunting in preparation for over 70 Jubilee tea parties held across the country, where they will be featured in a brand new one minute animation; 'Wallace & Gromit’s Jubilee Bunt-a-thon'. Busy preparing for the big Jubilee weekend, the animation shows our loveable duo decorating a magnificent National Trust manor.
This new short animation will be shown at the events across the country, alongside behind the scenes footage, other Wallace & Gromit classic films and a host of fun activities! There will even be Aardman model makers teaching you how to make a Gromit out of clay.
For more information on the National Trust’s Jubilee events and how you can get involved, visit the National Trust website.
To be in with a chance of winning a family pass for 2 adults and 2 children to visit a National Trust property, enter our competition!
This special new one minute animation took 3 months to create! Here are some more fun facts about its making...
30 people contributed to making the animation
500 hours were taken to complete it, from storyboard to post production
60 metres of bunting were used to decorate West Wallaby Street and the National Trust manor
30 kilograms of modelling clay was used
...and 8 hours were spent brushing the grass on set with a fork to get it looking just right!
Watch some of the new animation in the clip below!
Find out more about how the animation was made in this making-of video...