Specially decorated Paddington bear statues have sprung up on a walking trail all over the capital.

Three of the 50 Paddington statues can be found in Greenwich while there are another two in SE postcodes, at Borough market and London Bridge station.

The 3ft6 bears have been painted by celebs and big-name companies in a collaboration between the NSPCC - for whom they will be auctioned when the trail ends on November 30 – Visit London and the new film Paddington, which is out November 28.

Hugh Bonneville, who stars in Paddington, launched the trail at City Hall yesterday while Mayor of London Boris Johnson posed with his bear

Blackheath-raised Sally Hawkins, who also features in the film, has decorated a bear called Paws, which can be found at Duke of York Square.

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Sally Hawkins' Paws

Dr Who star Peter Capaldi’s Paddington Who is at the Royal Observatory, as is Hollywood actress Sandra Bullock’s Gravity Bear.

Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason’s Wish You Were Here can be found at the O2.

Go to visitlondon.com/Paddington for more on the trail and to download the app.

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Nick Mason's Wish You Were Here

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Peter Capaldi's Paddington Who

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Mayor of London Boris Johnson with his bear

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Estelle and Jack Timmons with Hugh Bonneville

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