Motability Operations Hairy Highland Coo

Explore the Hairy Highland Coo Trail: Motability Operations supports CHAS by sponsoring ‘Coo’ sculpture

A herd of 30 colourful Highland ‘Coo’ sculptures (or you might know them better as cows) stampeded across Perth and Kinross last week, as Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS) officially launched the Hairy Highland Coo trial for 2024.  

Each ‘Coo’ is individually designed and sponsored by a local business and for the first time we’ve sponsored the Saltire Scotland Coo, which has found a perfect home in the town of Dunkeld.  

Gavin Thomson our Managing Director in Scotland said: "We are proud to be sponsoring one of the Hairy Highland Coo sculptures this year, so we can support CHAS in their vital work with children facing life-shortening conditions across Scotland. Crafted by the talented artist Jan Laird, our Coo has really captured the imaginations of our team at Motability Operations and we have affectionately given it the nickname ‘Moo Billy T’.   

"This sponsorship reflects our commitment to our community, reinforcing our dedication to giving back and promoting social good. We encourage everyone to have fun this summer, download the trail app and explore all the vibrant and accessible coos on this inspiring art trail.” 

The trail is completely accessible, with a downloadable app to help you navigate your way around the 30 coos. We’re also encouraging our customers and partners, who visit Dunkeld, to snap a selfie with our ‘Coo’ and share with us on our social media pages. Find out more here.  

Motability Operations is committed to supporting our communities and making a positive impact. We hope you’ll join us as we explore the Hairy Highland Coo Trail and raise vital funds for CHAS!