GoGoHare set to be revealed in Norwich department store

Author and artist Sally Adams has designed the GoGoHare sculpture sponsored by Jarrold. Sally is pic

Author and artist Sally Adams has designed the GoGoHare sculpture sponsored by Jarrold. Sally is pictured here at the launch of her book, Mr Harebean And His Suit, in the book department at Jarrold. Picture: Helen Vinsen - Credit: Helen Vinsen

One of the GoGoHares sculptures set to hop into Norwich this summer will be revealed at an event in a city department store next week.

Author and artist Sally Adams has designed the GoGoHare sculpture sponsored by Jarrold. Sally is pic

Author and artist Sally Adams has designed the GoGoHare sculpture sponsored by Jarrold. Sally is pictured here at the launch of her book, Mr Harebean And His Suit, in the book department at Jarrold.Photo: Helen Vinsen - Credit: Helen Vinsen

Jarrold will be unveiling the hare sponsored by the store during a special shopping evening on Wednesday, April 25.

Jarrold's GoGoHare has been designed by artist Sally Adams and is said to have a big personality and may possibly appear in a book.

The hare is one of many sculptures that will decorate Norwich and Norfolk from June 24 until September 8 as part of the GoGoHares trail being organised by children's charity Break and Wild in Art and for which Jarrold is the retail partner.

Jarrold's hare will be unveiled in the store's book department at 6.30pm on Wednesday, April 25 and the shopping evening, which is in collaboration with EDP Norfolk magazine, will run from 6pm until 9pm.

Author and artist Sally Adams has designed the GoGoHare sculpture sponsored by Jarrold. Sally is pic

Author and artist Sally Adams has designed the GoGoHare sculpture sponsored by Jarrold. Sally is pictured here at the launch of her book, Mr Harebean And His Suit, in the book department at Jarrold.Photo: Helen Vinsen - Credit: Helen Vinsen


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To register for the event, visit www.jarrold.co.uk/evening

For more about GoGoHares, visit www.gogohares.co.uk

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