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Martin Johnson and Sherrie Halsey: Picture by Mark Benfield.

It was a 10-hour quest which required more than 46,000 footsteps and around 1,500 calories.

Dragon 'knitathon' participant Rosie Miller knits dragons to help fill the windows at the Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

A group of knitting enthusiasts will be mixing fire and yarn this summer to create their own flock of woolly GoGoDragons!

GoGoDragon! hunters out in the Close, Norwich. Photo: Antony Kelly.

Dragon hunters have been flocking from far and wide to visit Norwich’s resident fire-breathing beasts.

GoGoMadder dragon outside the Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich. Photo: Steve Adams.

While Twelfth Night is entertaining audiences at Norwich Cathedral’s Shakespeare Festival this week, one of the GoGoDragons is also providing a unique backdrop for the Bard this summer.

St Georges Park in Great Yarmouth on a bright and sunny day. Picture: James Bass

A fountain bar - complete with rooftop water feature - is planned to open in Great Yarmouth as part of an art group’s vision to expand further into the community.

Nelson Infant School's Beech class on a visit to see the school's baby GoGoDragon! on display at Grosvenor Fish Bar in Norwich.

Pupils from Nelson Infant School, in Norwich, have been having fun dragon hunting around the city.

Catherine Wright and family completing the GoGoDragons! trail.

Dragon hunter Catherine Wright is the first person to snap all of Norwich’s GoGoDragons! and upload her photos to our app celebrating the charity art trail.

Dennis the GoGoDragon! has been painted by artist Fiona Gowen and features sea monsters inspired by medieval maps.
Fiona is pictured with David Smith, from sponsor Konectbus and Anglianbus. Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Of the dozens of dragons festooning Norwich, there’s one featuring a trail all of his own. EMMA KNIGHTS tells the story of Dennis, the dragon decorated with his own menagerie of mythical beasts.

Part of the Francis Bacon and Masters exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich.

Opening hours are being extended for the Sainsbury Centre’s blockbuster Francis Bacon and the Masters exhibition.

GoGoHoratio has moved from Quayside to Fye Bridge. Photo: Mark Ivan Benfield.

The Norwich GoGoDragon! inspired by Norfolk naval hero Horatio Nelson has decided to set sail for a slightly different location on the art trail through Norwich.

Patient Corey Pettifer and Coleman Opticians' David Tuthill get ready for the dragon inspired children's book festival in front of GoGoDragon! Sprite Snap.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Children can enjoy storytelling sessions at a special reading festival inspired by one of the GoGoDragons!

Megan with Wonder Dragon.

Dragon hunters have been having lots of fun striking a pose with Norwich’s GoGoDragons! and sharing their snaps with our special app.

Reuben Barrett, 10, with his winning design of the GoGoDragon! GoGoSteggles, at Dinosaur Adventure. With him are, Octavia Heath and James Steggles, right, of Steggles Larner; Adam Goymour, 2nd left, of Dinosaur Adventure; and Martin Green from GoGoDragons! Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Young artist Reuben Barrett has won a prize for his dragon design featuring key moments in Norwich’s history.

Holt Festival artistic director Charles Pugh. Picture: SUBMITTED

The new artistic director of Holt Festival is hoping to strike the right balance between intellectual stimulation and light entertainment at this year’s event.

North Walsham festival winners - chiledren's talent show winners The Tick Tocks

A new festival in north Norfolk is being hailed a success - and organisers are already hatching plans for next year’s event.

Chris Edye, owner of Ronaldo Ices, with his Knickerbockergloria ice cream, inspired by Knickerbockergloria GoGoDragon! at intu Chapelfield.  Picture: DENISE BRADLEY.

While Norwich’s clan of GoGoDragons! fire up the city’s streets this summer, people can cool down with a special ice cream celebrating the charity art trail.

Pupils from Orange Class at Harford Manor School with the mannequin they have made into art at an exhibition Waste Not Want Not at the Forum. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Inspired by the phrase Waste Not Want Not, a talented group of pupils has created wonderful works of art from an array of recycled materials.

Andi Sapey: 170 Years of NUA. Pictured is Sir John Hurt, NUA chancellor.

People can enjoy a behind the scenes glimpse of artists in their studios at a photography exhibition celebrating Norwich University of the Arts’ 170th year.

The Hippodrome Circus Summer Spectacular and Water Show 2014. The Finale.  Picture: James Bass

Norfolk audiences are being urged to shout about the county’s “amazing” arts and culture offering to strengthen the case for the sector 
to grow.

Artist Carolyn Ash, right, repairs GoGoDragon! GoGoMosaic at Tombland with help from Charlotte Disney, business development and marketing manager for Leathes Prior Solicitors, after two spoons and a fork were removed from its head. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

One of Norwich’s GoGoDragons! has been repaired and is once again standing proud in Tombland.

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