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Eight GoGoHares leverets to feature in Pensthorpe pop-up trail

PUBLISHED: 16:24 08 May 2018 | UPDATED: 16:24 08 May 2018

More than 160 leverets have been created by schools and community groups taking part in the GoGoCreate programme for the GoGoHares summer 2018 trails. Some of them will be making an early appearance at Pensthorpe Natural Park on Saturday (May 12).
Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

More than 160 leverets have been created by schools and community groups taking part in the GoGoCreate programme for the GoGoHares summer 2018 trails. Some of them will be making an early appearance at Pensthorpe Natural Park on Saturday (May 12). Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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Eight of the GoGoHares leveret sculptures will be making an early appearance at a pop-up trail at Pensthorpe Natural Park this Saturday.

Pensthorpe Natural Park's leveret Star Gazer which has been created for the GoGoCreate project which is part of GoGoHares.
Photo: Mark Ivan BenfieldPensthorpe Natural Park's leveret Star Gazer which has been created for the GoGoCreate project which is part of GoGoHares. Photo: Mark Ivan Benfield

Pensthorpe Natural Park is the sponsor of the GoGoCreate programme which has seen schools and community groups decorate more than 160 leverets which will form one of the three GoGoHares trails being brought to Norwich and Norfolk this summer by children’s charity Break and Wild in Art.

On Saturday eight of the leverets will be dotted around Pensthorpe’s Moonwater Lake for visitors to find. They will be part of the activities taking place for Pensthorpe’s annual Wild About The Wensum community event which is organised by the Pensthorpe Conservation Trust and is this year putting the spotlight on the plight of the Hare in the English landscape.

Tickets for Wild About The Wensum on Saturday cost £2 per person if booked in advance online and £3 per person on the day. Under threes are free. For more information, visit www.pensthorpe.com


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