GoGo and Discover!

Join us in summer 2022 for a 10 week adventure full of colossal creatures and family-friendly exploration. Taking to plinths all across Norfolk, the sculptures will get everyone enjoying the great outdoors on a journey that will help you explore all corners of our wonderful county.

T.riffic T.rex sculptures will take to the streets of Norwich alongside a new colossal Steppe Mammoth sculpture – the biggest trail sculpture to ever stomp the streets of the region. The Steppe Mammoths will be found across Norfolk to celebrate the Deep History Coast and Norfolk being the site of the discovery of the largest and oldest mammoth ever found in Britain. If that wasn’t enough, GoGoDiscover will also see mini ‘Breaksaurus’ T.rex on their own trail as part of our Learning and Community Programme.

The trail will be live across Norfolk from Monday 27th June until Saturday 10th September and will encourage explorers of all ages to have fun and learn more about the county, while simultaneously working to raise awareness and vital funds for Break and the vulnerable children and young people they support.

At the end of the trail many of the sculptures will go to a charity auction where all proceeds raised will go directly to Break to help them continue their work with vulnerable young people across the region on the edge of care, in care and leaving care.

See fantastic attractions, heritage sites and stunning coastline - and take breaks along the way to enjoy the spectacular retail and refreshment opportunities that this region has to offer.

GoGoDiscover 2022 will create many fun-filled days out for all, bringing creativity and colour to Norfolk while also raising vital funds and awareness for Break. If you enjoy the trail, please donate if you can!

How to get involved

Become a Trail Ranger! As we prepare to unleash our sculptures on Norwich and Norfolk, the search continues to find the enthusiastic team of volunteers we need to make the trail a reality.

Volunteer Trail Rangers are key in leading the experience and giving a warm welcome to all of the thousands of people who are expected to visit our fantastic sculptures in 2022.

All Trail Rangers will play a role in making the trail a huge success, and in return volunteers will gain first-hand experience of the project as well as the chance to benefit from specialist training and valuable new skills. Last but not at all least is the chance to enjoy behind-the-scenes access to one of the biggest events taking place in East Anglia that year!

You don’t need to be a dinosaur expert to get involved. You just need to enjoy meeting people, have a friendly and helpful attitude, and lots of enthusiasm!

Find out more and sign up here or by contacting fundraising@break-charity.org.

GoGoDiscover FAQs

What is GoGoDiscover?

GoGoDiscover is a sculpture trail that will raise awareness and vital funds for Break by setting T.rex and Steppe Mammoths loose across Norwich and Norfolk next summer. Each sculpture has been decorated by local and national artists and sponsored by businesses from across the region.

The charity sculpture trail is delivered by East Anglia-based children’s charity Break, in partnership with Wild in Art.

How can I plan my route around the trail?

To plan your route you will be able to pick up a trail map from a local trail map hub or download one from our website or our new GoGoDiscover App.

Trail map hubs and app download information will be available closer to the time of the trail so keep an eye on our website and social media.

There is a suggested donation of £1 per map to Break. You will be able to make your donation in a collection pot at one of the trail map hubs or via our website.

 

How does the event work?

Each sculpture will be decorated by local and national artists and sponsored by businesses from across the region before taking to the streets for 10 weeks to create and free and engaging trail for all to enjoy.

How big are the sculptures?

These are our BIGGEST sculptures yet!

The T.rex sculptures measure in at 180cm tall and 220cm long, weighing in at around 80kg before being attached to their base.

The Steppe Mammoths measure in at 183cm tall and 220cm long, also weighing in at around 80kg before they are attached to their base.

The mini ‘Breakasaurus’ T.rex sculptures for our Learning & Community Programme are 900mm tall and 620mm wide, weighing in at around 25kg.

 

 

How can I get involved?

Why not sign up as a volunteer Trail Ranger?

Find out more and sign up here or by contacting fundraising@break-charity.org.

 

Will the 21 T.rex from 2021 return?

Yes! The 21 sculptures which took part in our summer 2021 teaser trail will return for the larger county-wide trail. Most of them will be in new locations and they are all looking forward to seeing you again (and welcoming their new friends)!

What happens to the sculptures at the end of the trail?

At the end of the trail many of the sculptures will go to a charity auction in October 2022, where their sales will raise vital funds for Break.

What is GoGoDiscover raising money for?

Break is a charity working across East Anglia to provide a brighter future for children and young people on the edge of care, in care, and leaving care.

No one can choose the family or circumstances they’re born into. We believe that with the right care there’s no limit to what they can achieve. At Break, we are committed to providing young people with a healthy childhood and the life-long support they need to find their feet and enjoy a bright and successful future.

Why not take on the trail yourself and help to raise vital funds for Break – download our fundraising pack here.

How can I make a donation to Break?

Thank you for considering making a donation to Break. You can make a donation via our website here or Text TREX to 70085 to donate £3.*

*Messages cost £3 plus one standard rate message.

What are the sculptures made of?

Wild in Art sculptures are designed as a canvas for art and are made of lightweight, fire-resistant fibreglass. Whilst each sculpture has been robustly tested to withstand any damage – we advise to keep off the sculptures and to please do not climb on them.

 

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