HaresRock found! Cathedral Close stone claimed by Sprowston girl

Nine-year-old Amy Foster, from Sprowston, was among the lucky people to find a Hares Rock when she s

Nine-year-old Amy Foster, from Sprowston, was among the lucky people to find a Hares Rock when she spotted the rock hidden in Norwich’s Cathedral Close.Photo: Deborah Foster - Credit: Deborah Foster

Another clever #HaresRock treasure hunter has found the special stone at the Cathedral close.

Another clever #HaresRock treasure hunter has found the special stone at the Cathedral close.

Amy Foster cracked the clue printed in last week's paper which led her to the secret spot.

The nine-year-old found the hand-painted rock shortly after it was placed on Saturday morning.

Debbie Foster, Amy's mother said the whole family are 'big fans' of the GoGo trails and are excited to find all the hares this year.


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'She was up bright and early Saturday morning and very enthusiastic about the rock hunt. We knew the clue's answer was Cathedral Close,' Mrs Foster added 'When we got there we realised there were a lot of cobbled roads, so we though it might be quite tricky to find.'

The Sprowston mother said 'Amy looked around the mother and child statue twice till she saw the white card under one of the shrubs,she was so excited and happy.'

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The Falcon Junior pupil said she was looking forward to showing the rock to her school friends and brownies unit.

Amy's school painted one of the Hares and called 'Night Sky' in this year's GoGo trail.

Using the popular craze Norfolk Rocks as inspiration, Gorleston-based artist Rebecca Osborne has lovingly decorated 10 stones with GoGo characters for our #HaresRock treasure hunt competition.

Clues appear in the EDP and Evening News each day, with the first people to find each one winning £100 of GoGoHares sticker and sticker book goodies.

The first Hares Rock was uncovered on Saturday morning, when Archie and Oscar Johnson, aged six and three respectively, located it at Wymondham Abbey.

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