A regional publisher hosts two swap shops for a sticker book it produced.
Archant hosts the events for readers who want to complete their Big Hoot sticker books.
The books were produced to coincide with St Elizabeth Hospice’s Big Hoot Trail, an attraction which has seen owl sculptures dotted around Ipswich.
There are 50 stickers to collect, while the illustrated book also features all 115 carvings and a map of where to find them on the trail.
The first sticker swap event took place on Wednesday, while a second will take place on August 31.
Both are hosted by East of England Co-op stores in Ipswich.
Ally Harris, Head of Archant Promotions, said: “We love being involved in the arts trails at St Elizabeth Hospice.
“It’s been great to see so many families participating in the Big Hoot with their sticker books this year and we hope our events help people complete their collections.”
Lynn Warner, Head of Engagement for the East of England Co-op, added: “Families and young children always love the sticker books that line the art paths of St Elizabeth Hospice, and this year does not. exception.
“Together with Archant, we will be spending two days in Ipswich doing these special sticker swapping events when people can come in, give away all the stickers they have multiples of and try to get their hands on whatever they’ lack.