A new arts trail has launched in Gloucestershire.

The Kingfisher Trail consists of 22 kingfisher sculptures decorated by local artists.

It is divided into two with the Severn Trail in the west of the county following the tributaries of the River Severn and the Cotswold Way and the Thames Trail in the east linking Cotswold villages and the waterways and tributaries of the River Thames.

The trail celebrates the role of the Cotswolds National Landscape in providing valuable water sources.

Each sculpture will be auctioned in the autumn to raise money for Cotswolds National Landscape's conservation work.

One of the sculptures - the so-called flying kingfisher- moves location every fortnight and can currently be found on Black Jack Street in Cirencester, outside Jack’s Tearoom & Kitchen.

It was decorated by Stroud writer and illustrator Tracey Spiers and is called Wait a Minnow.

“He has caused quite a stir,” said Jack’s manager Laura Uzzell.

“It has been great fun for families during half term and there has been many selfies with Wait a Minnow’.

"He can be found like the others on the official kingfisher app.”

The sculpture will be in place until August 22 before moving to a different location.

There is also a kingfisher at the Waterside Kitchen and Bar over on the Cotswold Lakes near South Cerney.

For more information go to kingfishertrail.org