Hares and Mamma Mia - five things we learned this week

Break charity reveal two of the sculptures of hares which will be the next GoGotrail. The GoGoHares

Break charity reveal two of the sculptures of hares which will be the next GoGotrail. The GoGoHares by Norwich Cathedral. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2016

Here are five things which have been in the news on the EDP over the last seven days.

•Norwich is going to get some giant and colourful hares

We revealed this week that the next star of Norwich's GoGo! trail will be hares. The GoGoHares! will come to the city in 2018 and follow on from the success of the GoGoGorillas! and GoGoDragons.

•Mamma Mia is coming to Norwich

Get ready dancing queens, the Abba-inspired musical is coming to Norwich's Theatre Royal.


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•Summer's here but the weather has some catching up to do

You may be reading this after a weekend in the sunshine, but until Saturday it had been a very disappointing start to the British Summer with floods and strong winds over the last five days. It was particularly tricky driving on some rural roads.

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•The Jarrold Stand is no more

After 12 years, Carrow Road's Jarrold Stand will no longer be the Jarrold Stand. Norwich City FC said a new sponsor would be announced in due course after the partnership between the city's football club and department store came to an end with regards to the stand.

•Lots more walking to do

Norfolk is already a great place for walking and now 20 new circular trails developed by Norfolk County Council have opened.

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