Vote for your favourite reader design for our GoGoHare

Some of the GoGoHares design competition entries. Picture : ANTONY KELLY

Some of the GoGoHares design competition entries. Picture : ANTONY KELLY - Credit: copyright ARCHANT 2017

A brilliant array of great ideas were sent in by readers for our design-a-GoGoHare competition - and now we are giving you the chance to vote for your favourite.

After being inundated with entries, our judges have picked 20 finalists which are featured in this story.

One of these designs will decorate the GoGoHare sculpture which will stand outside our head office during the summer 2018 GoGoHares trail being organised by children's charity Break and Wild in Art through Norwich and Norfolk.

An online poll will run on this story until 10am on Monday, September 18 2017 for readers to tell us which design they like the best.

You can vote by first watching our slideshow of the 20 shortlisted designs on this story and then clicking on the photo of your favourite design on the poll.

The GoGoHares! sculptures have arrived in Norwich ready to be decorated as part of the 2018 open art

The GoGoHares! sculptures have arrived in Norwich ready to be decorated as part of the 2018 open art trail for the 50th anniversary of the children's charity Break. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2016

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In no particular order, here are the details of the 20 shortlisted designs by readers:

• The Hare and the Tortoise designed by Geraldine Waterman from Norwich.

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• An Admiral Lord Nelson hare designed by Jean Turner from North Walsham.

• A hare inspired by Norwich Castle and the surrounding cityscape by Holly Mckenna from Lyng.

• A hare decorated in Norfolk wildlife by Miss P Garrett from Drayton.

• A hare inspired by Norfolk nurse Edith Cavell by Maureen Smith from Bowthorpe.

• Hareward the Wakeful, inspired by the historic figure of Hereward the Wake, by Norman Castleton from Lowestoft.

• Hare Hop, decorated in a carrot maze, by Maria Faithorn from Taverham.

• Lest We Forget, a hare marking the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, by Tim Linstead from Norwich.

• A hare decorated in tropical leaves and flowers by Kyra Cornish from Hellesdon.

• Harey Potter by Jane Graystone from Bradwell.

• Boudicca the Iceni Hare by Angela Cossey from Hellesdon.

• A hare inspired by news from across Norfolk and around the world by Amber Culling from Wroxham.

• A hare inspired by our solar system by Adele Pitelen from Brooke.

• The Hopster by Paul Harvey from Norwich.

• A colourful, sparkly hare by Amelia Roughton from Caister.

• A hare made of cheese by Dominic Bristow from Banham.

• Stitch the patchwork hare designed by Hannah Jarrett from Norwich.

• Look at the Moon!, inspired by androgynous, magical hares in mythologies around the world, by Lin Hornby from Norwich.

• A hare inspired by playing at the park and climbing trees by Evie Bates from Sheringham.

• Flowers and Bows in your Hare by Rose Ottaway from Salhouse.

The poll will close at 10am on Monday, September 18 2017 and the results will help to inform the decision of who should be the ultimate winner and also the top five entries who will be presented with a GoGo figurine.

The winning design will be painted on to the EDP and Evening News GoGoHare by a professional artist.

The GoGoHares trail - which is marking Break's 50th anniversary - will run from June 24 to September 8 2018. For more information, visit

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