Following on from the hugely successful GoGoGorillas! In 2013 and GoGoDragons! In 2015, Norfolk based children’s charity Break has again teamed up with Wild in Art to deliver a mass participation public art sculpture trail.
For 11 weeks during the summer (24th June- 8th September) you can hunt out 50 hare sculptures in the city of Norwich and 18 around the beautiful county of Norfolk. There are a further 164 baby hares, or leverets, that form the learning programme of the project, called GoGoCreate. Schools (including Cawston Primary Academy, Lyng Primary, Hainford Primary, St Faith’s Primary to name a few) community groups and sports clubs have decorated their own baby hare and you can find them all over Norwich.
Norwich and Norfolk have so much to offer and you can use the hares to help you plan a summer of days out. From the beach at Great Yarmouth, Cromer or Hemsby to the Norfolk broads where you can take a cruise on the water. You can cycle, walk or have a picnic whilst exploring what our wonderful city has to offer.
Inevitably over the summer holidays there are things that you need to do and that’s not always easy with children. Having something like the GoGoHares trail keeps the children occupied making going into the city and getting jobs done a lot easier from hunting for a super hero to laughing at a funny bunny! It’s great fun for all the family. You can get yourself a copy of the GoGoHares map from The Forum, Norwich and tick them off as you find them and if you’re feeling flush you can bid for your favourite hare at the charity auction on 11th October.
For more information visit GoGoHares