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GoGoHares 2018: Who will be the favourite of all?

PUBLISHED: 16:10 13 September 2018 | UPDATED: 14:55 14 September 2018

Online Auction Hares Left to Right Humphry Hare, Chrome-Hare, Ketts Oak, Harleston Hare, Lancaster, Slalom Sally, Sydney Long Ears, Kicks, GoGo Hareatio Nelson. Picture: Break/MOA Marketing

Online Auction Hares Left to Right Humphry Hare, Chrome-Hare, Ketts Oak, Harleston Hare, Lancaster, Slalom Sally, Sydney Long Ears, Kicks, GoGo Hareatio Nelson. Picture: Break/MOA Marketing

Break/MOA Marketing

It’s been a tough race, you chose your five favourite GoGoHares and now it’s time to vote in The Grand Final and crown your winner.

It has certainly been a tough race, but you’ve whittled the GoGoHares down to your favourite five. Now, it’s time to vote in the grand finale and crown your winner.

GoGoHare: Prof Hare & His Magic Library. Picture: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Prof Hare & His Magic Library. Picture: Lee Blanchflower

Households across Norfolk have been debating which of the county’s GoGoHares is the best, and we’ve set up five polls to put their arguments to the test.

GoGoHare: Wonderland Hare. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Wonderland Hare. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

Each week we asked you to choose your favourite of 10 GoGoHares, and the hare with the most votes from each week went through to finale.

GoGoHare: Forest'are. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Forest'are. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

The five hares in the final are: Wonderland Hare, Heptahare, Prof Hare and His Magic Library, Forest’are and Break Harepower.

GoGoHare: Break Harepower. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Break Harepower. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

The poll will close on Thursday, September 20 at 5pm and will be held on the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News websites.

GoGoHare: Heptahare. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Heptahare. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

If you’re missing the Hares, you can visit the Leaver’ART exhibition which shows all 164 little leverets in one place.

Head down to the Undercroft exhibition space at the back of the market from 12pm to 5pm until September 23.

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