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Paddington Movie and the Trail

The Paddington trail movie
The Paddington trail movie

Paddington Movie and the Trail

Well, this is kind of an interesting story about a bear, not a normal bear but a bear gifted from a husband to a wife on Christmas eve of 1956 while he was travelling via the Paddington station. This is how Michael Bond gave the stories their name The Paddington Bear. One thing is for sure, kids of have read about Paddington Bear in their childhood will surely going to enjoy the movie. I myself am very excited to see the movie.

Check out the trailer of the movie here.

In celebration of British art and culture Visit London, NSPCC and StudioCanal have come up with a rather interesting exploration campaign in and around London with the name the Paddington Trail. The campaign as per Visit London has already started and we call can see 50 Paddington statues across London in public places. This is sure quite an adventure. As I myself am not in London and if you go around in London, you are most welcome to share your pictures with us here or on our Facebook, Google, and Twitter pages. If you would like to know where you could find these statues please look at the map here:

Paddington Trail Map
Paddington Trail Map

The bears are named after many famous people for example  Nicole Kidman, Emma Watson, Stephen Fry, Michael Sheen, and even a bear for the Telegraph. It’s rather a nice exploration for tourists to London too. People who are coming to London for the first time, have got a little extra to explore this time. If you want to buy memorabilia or stuffed toys, you could buy them from Selfridges, Harrods, Hamley’s or any good toy store.

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Akhil Gupta

Avid traveller, travel blogger, love exploring new cultures, food, people and adventures.

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