Meet Haremit - the latest GoGoHare to come out of its shell for Norfolk art trail

Unveiling of a new Go Go Hare at Yarmouth's Time and Tide museum called 'Haremit'
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Unveiling of a new Go Go Hare at Yarmouth's Time and Tide museum called 'Haremit' Martin Green, Radley Fenn, Katie Fenn and Michael Rooney with the new GoGo hare. Picture: Nick Butcher - Credit: Nick Butcher

Meet Haremit - the latest GoGoHare to come out of its shell and be revealed ahead of the 2018 charity art trail through Norwich and Norfolk.

Haremit - an unusual cross between a hare and a hermit crab - was unveiled at Time and Tide museum in Great Yarmouth last night.

The sculpture - designed by Ross White and sponsored by Coleman Opticians Hearing and Vision Centre - is the first of 15 moongazer GoGoHares to be revealed. The moongazer sculptures will be dotted around the county as part of the summer 2018 GoGoHares trail organised by children's charity Break and Wild in Art. There will also be 50 GoGoHares sculptures of a different design decorating Norwich.

Martin Green, from Break, said: 'The county trail is a new element to the GoGo event for 2018 celebrating 50 years of Break, and one which we hope will encourage people to explore more of Norfolk.'

To find out more about sponsoring a moongazer GoGoHare, visit www.gogohares.co.uk


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