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GoGoHares Shop Norfolk Day Shop 2018

Roll up, roll up! Hare’s your chance to win a GoGoHare!

PUBLISHED: 16:26 18 June 2018 | UPDATED: 17:04 18 June 2018

Lost in Translation acrobat Annabel Carberry balancing on the circus themed GoGoHare Pablo. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Lost in Translation acrobat Annabel Carberry balancing on the circus themed GoGoHare Pablo. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Copyright: Archant 2018

While most of the GoGoHares sculptures are getting ready for Break’s charity art trails to start this weekend, one character has run away to the circus!

The Lost in Translation acrobats with the circus themed GoGoHare Pablo. From left, Tasha Rushbrooke, Annabel Carberry, and Roisin Morris on the shoulders of Massimiliano Rossetti. Picture: DENISE BRADLEYThe Lost in Translation acrobats with the circus themed GoGoHare Pablo. From left, Tasha Rushbrooke, Annabel Carberry, and Roisin Morris on the shoulders of Massimiliano Rossetti. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Pablo, a moongazing GoGoHare, has been created by artist Antonella Beschorner to celebrate the 250th anniversary of circus, and he will be the star of the EDP and Evening News’ float during the Lord Mayor’s Procession in Norwich on July 7.

He is named after Norwich-born Victorian circus proprietor Pablo Fanque and spent this morning with the Lost in Translation team at the Oak Circus Centre.

GoGo fans will also have the chance to win Pablo in a raffle which will run during the GoGoHares trails being brought to Norfolk by Break and Wild in Art and which start on Sunday.

The trails are celebrating the 50th anniversary of Break supporting children, young people and families in need and at the end of the event most of the other large GoGoHares will be auctioned off to raise funds for Break.

The Lost in Translation acrobats with the circus themed GoGoHare Pablo. From left, Roisin Morris on the shoulders of Massimiliano Rossetti, Annabel Carberry, and Tasha Rushbrooke. Picture: DENISE BRADLEYThe Lost in Translation acrobats with the circus themed GoGoHare Pablo. From left, Roisin Morris on the shoulders of Massimiliano Rossetti, Annabel Carberry, and Tasha Rushbrooke. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Martin Green, from Break, said: “Not everyone can afford to buy a GoGoHare at auction and Break wanted to give everyone the chance to win one of the hares in this special year for our charity.

“We wish everyone good luck.”

People will be able to buy £10 raffle tickets from the information desk at intu Chapelfield - where Pablo will spend much of his summer - from June 24 to October 1. For more about the raffle and the three GoGoHares trails, visit www.gogohares.co.uk

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