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Norfolk and Norwich businesses sponsor GoGoSafari 2025 trail

16 May 2024

Meet the businesses that will be bringing a new safari sculpture trail to Norwich and Norfolk!

Break are delighted to announce the first sponsors who will be part of GoGoSafari – an art sculpture trail that will see around fifty of the charity’s Big 5 safari animals take to the streets. 

Image credit Paul Macro

Taking place for around ten weeks in summer 2025 Break are hoping to have around 50 sculptures across the city and county, the roarsome safari sculpture trail will see everyone’s favourite the Gorilla, last seen in Norwich in 2013 return alongside a new elephant, a lion, a giraffe and a rhino.

Delivered in partnership with Wild in Art and the Zoological Society of East Anglia, with presenting partners Norwich BID and Chantry Place, each sculpture will be sponsored by a business who will choose from designs submitted by established artists to bring their sculpture to life.

“We have a variety of flexible sponsorship packages available and are always looking for more organisations to join our herd."

Image credit Paul Macro

Currently sponsors are:

  • Newsquest
  • Martins Hifi
  • Wilco and Fast Fit
  • Toilets+
  • Loveday & Partners
  • NCFC
  • Alexander Gordon Smith
  • Cooks Blinds and Shutters
  • Production Bureau
  • Osiris
  • Leathes Prior
  • Royal Arcade
  • Longwater Construction
  • Dipple & Conway
  • Alan Boswell Group
  • Whitwell and Reepham Station
  • Holkham Hall
  • Castle Quarter
  • Shredstation
  • The Forum
  • Chilled Driving School

“We’re delighted to have all these fantastic businesses join us on GoGoSafari we're and looking forward to working closely with them on bringing this exciting trail to Norwich and Norfolk,” comments Break Senior Partnerships and Projects Manager Pete Marron. “We have a variety of flexible sponsorship packages available and are always looking for more organisations to join our herd. It is such a great way for businesses and their teams to be involved in an inclusive public art event that is profile raising, community focused and that also has both positive social and economic impact on the region.”

The trail will be bringing together a wide variety of organisations from across the county and Break are inviting local businesses to join these sponsors and take advantage of this unique opportunity.

For more information on the trail and how to get involved visit our sponsors page.