Sutcliffe & Co Insurance Brokers are teaming up with the Hopmarket Charitable Trust and Platform Housing Group to sponsor a penguin sculpture this summer, as part of St Richard’s Hospice great Waddle of Worcester campaign.


The historic Hopmarket, which is insured by Sutcliffe & Co, is an ideal location for one of the 40 large penguins that will be waddling onto Worcester City streets on 22nd July. Having worked with the Hopmarket Charitable Trust and Platform Housing Group for many years, Sutcliffe & Co are the latest company to be announced as a sponsor in the Wild in Art event, brought to Worcester by St Richard’s Hospice.


“The St Richard’s art trails in 2018 and 2021, featuring giraffes and elephants have brought so much joy to the City in the past, so to be part of the great Waddle of Worcester campaign this year is very exciting” says Ducan Sutcliffe, Managing Director at Sutcliffe & Co. He adds “Businesses and charities working together is what makes Worcester such as special place to live. We are delighted to be working with our clients at the Hopmarket whilst supporting the amazing work that St Richard’s does in our community”.


Sara Matthews, Business Development Manager for St Richard’s Hospice, said: “It’s fantastic to see The Hopmarket, Platform and Sutcliffe & Co joining up to waddle with us and it reflects the spirit of the trails – bringing people together to celebrate our wonderful city with friends, family and with colleagues.”


As a multi-award-winning fourth generation of insurance brokers based in the heart of Worcester City, Sutcliffe & Co Insurance Broker has a long history in supporting charities across the County. The team at their Foundry Street Head Office will be running initiatives to further promote the great Waddle of Worcester campaign, to help make this year’s art trail the best yet.


For more information about Sutcliffe & Co Sponsoring a penguin in the great Waddle of Worcester campaign, contact the Sutcliffe Head Office on 01905 21681 or alternatively email