Two of our four hidden GoGo rocks discovered in Norwich

PUBLISHED: 11:05 10 August 2018 | UPDATED: 11:05 10 August 2018

Kayleigh Wright, 13, and brother Kian, 9, found two of the rocks. Picture: Archant

Kayleigh Wright, 13, and brother Kian, 9, found two of the rocks. Picture: Archant


Two of the four hidden GoGoHares rocks have been found in Norfolk this morning, as trail fans headed out early to find the treasures.

A brother and sister, searching separate areas to each other, each found a rock and returned it to Prospect House in Norwich,

The rocks they found were:

• The Blue Hare at Prospect House, on Rouen Road in Norwich.

• Boudicahare, which is in 
the Castle Gardens, also in Norwich.

These rocks were found before 9am by siblings Kian and Kayleigh Wright.

Kayleigh said: “I’m 13 but I’m still out there looking for the rocks! There was another man out looking for them whilst I was there, I felt a bit bad when I found it! I’m really happy I did though.”

Younger brother Kian, 9, found the second rock at Prospect House.

There are still two more rocks yet to be returned to the Archant headquaters, where a prize can be collected by the winners.

The two remaining rocks are:

• Pharoah, the Moongazer Hare, which has found a home on Dereham Market Place.

• Oschare, which is in intu Chapelfield.

It is unknown whether these have been found, but the prizes of £100 worth of GoGo goodies are yet to be claimed.

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