CUBS have enjoyed a whistle-stop tour of the city's giraffe trail in its final days in the city.

Youngsters from 2nd Worcester green pack spotted a staggering 41 giraffes within an hour and a half.

The pack, which meets at the scout hut in St John's, split into two groups for the challenge which they carried out on Wednesday evening.

The group's leader Lyn Carpenter said: "Everyone enjoyed themselves. Good fun, good exercise and free."

The 2nd Worcester Scout Troop that also meets at the same hut on a Wednesday also visited the giraffes, clocking up 52 of the 57 statues within an hour and a half.

It's the final days of the Worcester Stands Tall giraffe trail, which has seen 30 large giraffes and 27 smaller giraffes, dotted around the city centre. The giraffes will be removed on Sunday and a farewell weekend event is planned with them all on display at Worcester Cathedral before the large giraffes will be auctioned off to make money for St Richard's Hospice in October.

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