Revealed: Where you will find the 18 moongazer GoGoHares across Norfolk

Some of the moongazer GoGoHares have been enjoying exploring Ranworth Broad ahead of taking their pl

Some of the moongazer GoGoHares have been enjoying exploring Ranworth Broad ahead of taking their places on the GoGoHares county trail. Photo: Steve Adams - Credit: Steve Adams

While 50 GoGoHares will be decorating Norwich in a city-wide trail this summer, 18 of their moongazing chums will also be dotted around the wider county for people to spot.

And today we can reveal where you will find the 18 moongazer sculptures in the county trail which starts on Sunday and runs until September 8.

The GoGoHares project - which will also include a second city trail of leverets - is organised by children's charity Break and Wild in Art.

The 18 moongazers in the county trail reflect the fact that 2018 is a landmark 50th anniversary year for Break, meanwhile each of the city hares represents a year of the half a century that Break has been helping children, young people and families in need.

Together this colourful collection of 68 hares make reference to the year Break was first founded - 1968.

A map of where people will be able to find the 18 moongazer hares across Norfolk as part of Break an

A map of where people will be able to find the 18 moongazer hares across Norfolk as part of Break and Wild in Art's GoGoHares trails.Image: Charli Vince/supplied by GoGoHares - Credit: Charli Vince/supplied by GoGoHares

For more about the GoGoHares trails, visit www.gogohares.co.ukWhere you will find the moongazer hares on the county GoGoHares trail from June 24 to September 8:


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51. Humphry Hare - Market Place, Aylsham

52. Haremit - Outside St George's Theatre, King Street, Great Yarmouth

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53. Chrome-Hare - Inside North Lodge Park, Overstrand Road, Cromer

The GoGoHares ready for the trail. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The GoGoHares ready for the trail. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2018

54. Ketts Oak - Mousehold Heath, Britannia Road, Norwich

55. Harleston Hare - St John's Church, Broad Street, Harleston

56. Warden Willow - Salhouse Broad visitor car park, Lower Street

57. Lancaster, Market Place, Fakenham

Some of the moongazer GoGoHares have been enjoying exploring Ranworth Broad ahead of taking their pl

Some of the moongazer GoGoHares have been enjoying exploring Ranworth Broad ahead of taking their places on the GoGoHares county trail. Photo: Steve Adams - Credit: Steve Adams

58. Slalom Sally - Outside Norfolk Snowsports Club, Whitlingham Lane, Trowse

59. Sydney Long Ears - Outside Norfolk Wildlife Trust's Broads Wildlife Centre, Ranworth

60. A Hare Through The Seasons - Holt Country Park

61. Lepus - Market Place, North Walsham

The GoGoHares ready for the trail. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The GoGoHares ready for the trail. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2018

62. Holiday Hare - Near Caesars Arcade, Beach Road, Hemsby

63. Henry the Hare - Near Market Cross, Market Place, Wymondham

64. Kicks - Outside Start-Rite Shoes Outlet, Broadland Business Park, Norwich

65. Roamin' Hare - Outside the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich

66. GoGo Hareatio Nelson - Outside The Fur and Feather, Woodbastwick

67. Betsy - Within Wroxham Barns, Tunstead Road, Hoveton

68. Phareoh - High Street, Dereham

For full details of each hare's artist and sponsor, visit www.gogohares.co.uk/hares

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