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GoGoHares 2018

July 11, 2017

 

Loveday & Partners is delighted to announce that we will be sponsoring a hare in the Break GoGoHares trail, which will take place throughout summer next year.

 

The Loveday & Partners hare will be one of 50 sculptures dotted around Norwich in summer 2018 from June to September. The team at Break have teamed up with Wild in Art once again to deliver the fantastic trail that sees the sculptures on the streets of Norwich.

 

Running alongside the city and county trails there is also a GoGoCreate learning programme which is giving schools, clubs and organisations the chance to create their own GoGoHares that will form another city centre trail.

Jilly Cant, Loveday & Partners Office manager said "we cannot wait until September when we get to see our hare for the first time. I have seen the sculptures dotted around Norwich and always thought it would be nice to actually be part of it.  It is also great to be able to raise money for a local charity."

For more information about Break and the work the charity does to support children, young people and families in need, visit www.break-charity.org.

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