‘Because I’m hoppy’ video filmed for launch of GoGoHares

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' v

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' video.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

Armed with cameras and a spring in their step, the team behind the GoGoHares project hopped to the landmarks of Norwich.

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' v

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' video.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

Making the most of the Saturday sunshine, they filmed a promotional video called 'Hoppy!', a remake of the song 'Happy' by Pharrell Williams ahead of the GoGoHares trail.

The song is being reworked by The Garage Studio, a company with local and national partners to provide high quality performing arts programming, participation, education and training for all ages.

The GoGoHares project is part of the Break charity's 50th anniversary celebrations.

As well as the trail featuring hare sculptures dotted around Norwich, there will also be more for explorers to find in the wider county. And there will be a Norwich trail of leveret sculptures which have been decorated by schools and community groups.

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' v

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' video.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant


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Fifty hares will decorate Norwich and 18 more will be displayed around Norfolk.

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' v

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' video.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' v

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' video. Ellie Edge and Peter Marron being filmed by Basil Hayes from Digital Video PR.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' v

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' video.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' v

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' video.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' v

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' video.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' v

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' video.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' v

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' video.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' v

GoGoHares team, and members of the public, filming at Cathedral Close in Norwich for their 'Hoppy' video.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

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