Sunday 24 June 2018 to Saturday 8 September 2018
See the website for details
Over 50 giant hares, decorated by hugely talented artists, will adorn the streets and walkways of Norwich, with a further 18 across Norfolk. All in the aim of raising funds for Break.
You can follow the trail using our map (only available nearer the event from
the tourist information centre in Norwich and various tourist spots around the
county. You can also download it from our website, or check the locations
on our hares page - which will open the same week as
GoGoHares goes live.
Look out for
BoudiccHare, the hare sponsored by the Friends of Iceni collective, which
Deepdale Backpackers & Camping and
This year we will also have an App which can be downloaded by searching
gogohares on your normal app store. The cost of this will be £1.99 and
Break will benefit by £1 of the sale.
The leverets or baby hares will follow on 2nd July - 2nd September and will
also feature on the map, the app and will have a souvenir poster from intu
The main hares will leave our streets on 8th September, before they all
appear in the city centre on 7th October ready for 4 days of an event - Hare
Today Gone Tomorrow!
50 of the hares will go to auction on 11th October in the Forum, which will
be a ticketed event.
To find out more and keep in touch why not follow the
media feeds on
This trail is organised by a small team from
charity Break, and to find out more about them click on their link here.
Price: Free to pick up a trail map and visit the hares
Location: In various locations around Norwich and Norfolk. See trail maps.
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Autumn Mixed Exhibtion
18/09/2018 to 19/10/2018
MarGins Walking Holiday - Curlew
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National Nature Reserve Ramble
Pop Up Shops
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Deepdale Festival 2018
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Brancaster Staithe Guided Nature Walk
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