Video: Dragon trail fires up a blaze of Twitter support

09:37 05 April 2014

GoGoDragons! revealed as this year

GoGoDragons! revealed as this year's trail beasts. Martin Green events manager for Break holding a scale model of the dragon.

An army of dragons destined for Norwich next year has sparked a wave of excitement.

Hot on the heels of last year’s GoGoGorillas! trail come the GoGoDragons! in June 2015.

BatGrill, the Ape’d Crusader and the rest of the gorilla gang raised a huge sum of money for children’s charity Break last year, and the dragons aim to match their success.

News of the new sculpture trail was revealed yesterday, and has caused a stir on social media.

Writing on Twitter, user @Claire_A_Ashman said: “dragons! Exciting!”.

User @BKfrank_tweets added: “woohoo #GoGoDragons for @breakwriter :o) #HappyFriday”

Norwich has long-standing links to dragons, and the legend of St George, a dragon-slayer is thought to have fuelled the city’s fascination.

Two churches bear his name: St George, Tombland, and St George, Colegate.

Christina Lister posted: “Great to see a historical link with Norwich. And I know a LOT of children who will be over the moon!”

Huw Sayer wrote: “Excellent news. just what I wished for – Magic #Dragons – (am sure there is one sleeping under the castle).”

And @frommycloud simply put: “Dragons, how fantastic!”

Each dragon will be sponsored and decorated, with sponsor packs and artist packs available soon.

To register your interest call Martin Green, Break’s fundraising events manager, on 01603 670107 or email

Follow the GoGoDragons! on Twitter @gogodragons2015

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