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Hare-Necessities visits Whitlingham

Don't miss Hare-Necessities at Whitlingham Country Park.

The GoGoHares hit the city of Norwich and county of Norfolk over the summer of 2018.

When the sculptures went to auction to raise vital funds for the charity, it was the blank sculpture which sparked curiosity. The sculpture was sold blank with the opportunity to have the successful bidders design brought to life by one lucky artist!...

Meet Hare-Necessities! This Jungle Book themed hare was designed by local artist Charli Vince. Hare-Necessities owner Crossley Eccles decided to kindly donate the hare back to Break to bring joy to the community and the young people and families the charity supports.

Since revealing Hare-Necessities at Urban Jungle, this unique hare is now gearing up for a busy summer of visitors at Whitlingham Country Park. The hare continues to raise awareness of Break and visitors are encouraged to snap a selfie and text HARE to 70470 to donate £2.

Don't forget to have a go at the 'can you spot' picture quiz on the front of Hare-Necessities. We look forward to seeing your photos - please tag us!

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