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Jake Humphrey encourages you to join in GoGoHares trail

PUBLISHED: 18:45 14 June 2018 | UPDATED: 12:05 15 June 2018

Patron, Jake Humphrey, and chief executive, Hilary Richardson, at the big reveal of the GoGoHares at a Hare PremiHare at Riverside. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Patron, Jake Humphrey, and chief executive, Hilary Richardson, at the big reveal of the GoGoHares at a Hare PremiHare at Riverside. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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The GoGoHares have now been revealed - and celebrity Jake Humphrey is urging you to hop on board and get involved in the trail.

The GoGoHares have now been revealed - and celebrity Jake Humphrey is urging you to hop on board and get involved in the trail.

The television personality from Norfolk has been a patron for the children’s charity Break for almost a decade.

“I always wanted to work with a charity based in Norfolk and Break is really unique,” Mr Humphrey said.

Fifty Hares will be positioned around the city to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Break. Eighteen extra hares will be positioned in secret locations across the county, as well as 164 leaping leverets.

Confetti flies at the big reveal of the GoGoHares at a Hare PremiHare at Riverside, with patron Jake Humphrey, just behind the green GoGoHare. Picture: DENISE BRADLEYConfetti flies at the big reveal of the GoGoHares at a Hare PremiHare at Riverside, with patron Jake Humphrey, just behind the green GoGoHare. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

“Over the summer this year the chance for you to go out, see the hares and raise some money for a really important local charity,” he added.

“At the end of it, we will auction them all off for charity to raise some vital funds so Break can continue to improve young people’s lives around Norfolk.”

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