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'Hares' some stats!

It was the art trail that took the city and county by storm.

The GoGoHares trail may be over but the work that Break does to make life better for vulnerable young people and families continues.

Over the summer of 2018, Break delivered the GoGoHares trail in partnership with Wild in Art.

The trail saw over 380,000 visitors take to the streets of Norwich and county of Norfolk to enjoy the free art trail.

78% of people spent more time in Norwich than usual as a result of the GoGoHares.

99% of trail visitors rated their overall experience of GoGoHares as excellent or good!

When members of the public were asked “What was the best thing about GoGoHares?” They responded:

“All of it!”

“Something free to do during the school holidays”

“Spending time with my family”

“They brought a lot of joy”

“Made the city look pretty”

“Brilliant designs and seeing parts of the city that you wouldn’t normally
visit – also it was all in aid of charity”

“The exercise, countryside and art”

“Fun way to explore Norwich”


GoGoHares infographic:
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Supporters ans sponsors statistics:
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Quote from sponsor:
"Jarrold were delighted to stock the merchandise for GoGoHares and our Forum shop welcomed many people who popped in to buy the GoGoHares related products – everything from Golden Hares to pin badges. We know
that the money raised will be of huge benefit to the youngsters helped by Break". – Carole Slaughter Marketing Manager Jarrold Retail.

Martin Green, Break Fundraising Manager said: “Jarrold continue to be a fantastic supporter of Break and the GoGo sculpture trails the charity delivers alongside Wild in Art. As our merchandise partner for the GoGoHares trail, the team at Jarrold played a huge part in the success of the merchandise sales in excess of £48,000 in aid of Break. We are so proud to work with Jarrold and without their guidance and support we wouldn’t have achieved such amazing sales results to support Break’s care leavers to live independently after leaving the care system.”

Statistics from our GoGoCreate schools project:
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*Statistics and survey carried out by Zing Insights.

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young care leavers supported by our Moving on Team

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