Do you know where your favourite GoGoDragon! is now?

Wellington the GoGoDragon! can now be spotted enjoying life in a garden in English Road, Old Catton.

Wellington the GoGoDragon! can now be spotted enjoying life in a garden in English Road, Old Catton. The dragon was bought by John and Debbie Kennedy and is pictured here with their grandson Harrison, four. Photo: supplied. - Credit: supplied

After decorating our fine city for a summer, Norwich's GoGoDragons! are now spread across the county and beyond.In the last in a series of articles, arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at what happened next for some of the fiery stars.


GoGoHoratio has sailed back to his original sponsor, Signs Express, in Norwich.

The dragon, inspired by Norfolk naval hero Horatio Nelson and designed by Ryan Newell, is keeping an eye on production and greeting clients in the reception of the company's base at Kingsway. Prior to taking up residence he enjoyed a two holiday at the Spixworth home of Ken Venables where he attracted a lot of attention from passers by.


The Mother of Dragons resides at the Yaxham home of Susan and Ian Martin and is now known as Ramoth.

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Mrs Martin said: 'Since she moved in she renamed herself, as dragons do, after the main Queen Dragon in the Anne McCaffrey series The Dragonriders of Pern. She lives in Yaxham, together with Angelina Elephina the flying Blue Elephant from the [GoElephant] trail of 2008.'

The Mother of Dragons was designed by Paul Jackson and sponsored by R G Carter.


Dragon Heart of Norfolk now takes pride of place at the Wymondham office of APR Telecoms, the dragon's original sponsor.

The fiery character was designed by Teresa Hill.


Sabra now lives in a home just outside Norwich.

Her new owner wanted to remain anonymous but said the dragon was one of his favourite GoGoDragons! and now sat in his front room.

Sabra was designed by Maz Jackson with HART and sponsored by Alan Boswell Group.


Back to the Future-inspired McFly has enjoyed a trip to the cinema since being bought at auction by his original sponsor, Aspiration Europe.

Anne Ovens, from Cambridge-based Aspiration Europe which was also a supporting partner for the GoGoDragons! event, said: 'We wanted McFly to stay in the public domain so decided against bringing him to Cambridge. Instead, McFly is currently in temporary residence at the Odeon in Norwich until early 2016 when he will be moving to NorseCare's new care village at Bowthorpe (once it has been completed), on a long-term loan, to take up residence in the community garden.'

McFly was designed by Suzi Ovens.


Wonder Dragon is still on public display and happy to pose for selfies with her fans.

She resides at the Norwich office of her sponsor, Contract Personnel, in Saints Court, All Saints Green.

Sarah Moss, group support manager at Contract Personnel Limited, said: 'It was always the aim to bring Wonder home and after a tense but exciting evening at the auction, we were very pleased to take the winning bid. Wonder Dragon now takes pride of place at our Norwich office and can be seen in reception with her best friend Wonder Duck.'

She added that people were welcome to pop in to see Wonder Dragon who was designed by Hilary Sanderson.


The Queen of Norwich can now be found in Thorpe St Andrew.

Her owner, Natalie Bush, said she bought the dragon because she thought she was pretty and that the dragon now sat at the front of her house, guarding the front door.

The Queen of Norwich was designed by ERM CIC with SADACC and sponsored by intu Chapelfield.


Wellington can now be spotted enjoying life in a garden in Old Catton.

The colourful dragon was bought by John and Debbie Kennedy, of English Road, and is proving a big hit with their grandchildren Imogen and Harrison Jarvis, five and four.

'Wellington is in our front garden for all to see and the grandchildren think it's the best climbing frame in the world!' said Mrs Kennedy.

Wellington was designed by Hilary Sanderson and sponsored by Brown & Co.


Dragon with the Girl Tattoo can nowadays be found at Upton after returning to original sponsor Green Home Energy Solutions.

The dragon - designed by Darren Smith - was bought the company's directors, Kerry and Debbie Durrant, and is situated outside the Green Home Energy Solutions office on The Green. Dragon with the Girl Tattoo will also accompany the company to events such as the Royal Norfolk Show.


Luda, painted by Norfolk's 'Mini Monet' Kieron Williamson and sponsored by Arnolds Keys, was bought by a private investment syndicate and will be staying in Norfolk.

Duff, designed by Alex Egan, will also be staying in the county. A spokesman from Duffields, which sponsored the dragon, said soon after the auction: 'After a summer meeting his fans on the dragon trail, Duff is stepping out of the limelight and going behind closed doors.'

There were 84 GoGoDragons! in last summer's charity art trail brought to Norwich by Break and Wild in Art.

Eighty-two of them were sold at auction and they collectively raised £369,500 for Break.

Miniature figurines of the GoGoDragons! Patch and Draco are available to buy at a reduced price of £14.99 while stocks last. For more, visit

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