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Launch of Emma Bridgewater Mug to celebrate Break's 50th

Launch of Emma Bridgewater Mug to celebrate Break's 50th

Exclusive limited edition Emma Bridgewater Mug to celebrate Break’s 50th Anniversary


Norfolk based children’s charity, Break has been changing young lives for 50 years and as part of the celebrations, renowned ceramic designer, Emma Bridgewater has designed an exclusive limited edition mug. The mug is a hare design with hares hopping round it to tie in with Break’s 2018 sculpture trail, GoGoHares.

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The mugs are sold in a special commemorative money box, to enable people to raise further funds for Break. The mugs are available at Jarrold main store, at their shop in the Forum and at Break charity shops* around East Anglia and in the West Country from this weekend. Mugs retail at £21.99 with all proceeds to Break.


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The mugs can be purchased mail order direct from Jarrold, postage and packing £2.95.


*Break shops East Anglia: Holt, Aylsham, Dereham, Wymondham, Taverham, Long Stratton, Sheringham, Unthank Road Norwich, Dereham Road Norwich. West Country: Moreton-on-Marsh, Tetbury and Stonehouse.

Addresses can be found here.

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Michael Rooney, Break’s Head of Commercial Services says, “We are delighted and very grateful to have had the opportunity to work with Emma Bridgewater on this exclusive design to mark Break’s 50th Anniversary. 2018 is a very special year for us with the GoGoHares sculpture trail arriving on the streets of Norwich and around the county in June. We have many events planned to engage both young and old in celebrating this milestone with us and help us to continue our work with vulnerable children, young people and families”.


Break has been changing young lives for 50 years, helping children and young people in care, young care leavers, children and young people with disabilities and families who need support.


The GoGoHares trail brought to you by Norfolk children’s charity Break and Wild in Art, will go live on 24th June 2018 until 8th September 2018, with a parade of all the hares called Hare Today Gone Tomorrow at the Forum on 7 – 10 October and the auction on 11thOctober 2018.  


For more information on the trail visit: www.gogohares.co.uk and follow @GoGoHares2018 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. #GGH18

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