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Last chance to get involved in GoGoHares 2018

Last chance to get involved in GoGoHares 2018

After the success of the GoGoGorillas! In 2013 and GoGoDragons! in 2015, the city is bracing itself for the arrival of 50 GoGoHares in 2018.

As the Break charity trail team head towards reaching their goal of 50 city hares all being sponsored in Norwich to represent 50 years of Break, it is still not too late to get involved as a potential sponsor or an artist.

Martin Green, the project manager, said "the two previous GoGo events showcased the wonderful hidden locations we have within Norwich, we are a really excited to announce Hares as the next sculpture and can't wait to show people the newest GoGo trail around the county".

The great news for Norfolk is that we have a further 15 sculptures for the Moongazer trail to be located throughout the county. We still have opportunities for you to get involved by sponsoring either as a business collaborative, a tourist destination or through your local community. We urge anyone who is interested to get in touch.

Moongazer 2 -©Mark Ivan Benfield

The Moongazer trail will bring visitors and tourists to parts of Norfolk giving this county the opportunity to show off its coast line, the broads, stately homes and other lesser known locations. If you are interested in footfall, PR and charity engagement then why not find out how you can get involved in the project click this link. For more details on the Moongazer trail click here.

Photography copyright Mark Ivan Benfield

Moongazer 1 -©Mark Ivan Benfield

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