BREAK’S 50TH ANNIVERSARY
NORFOLK Break has been helping children, young people and families in the region since 1968 and proceeds from the commemorative mug will help pay for the vital work supporting those in need.
As well as running children’s homes in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire, it also offers mentoring, support for children with disabilities, a therapeutic fostering service and a range of communitybased services.
Following the hugely popular GoGoGorillas and GoGoDragons campaigns in previous years, this summer will see 50 giant hare sculptures waiting to be discovered across the city.
Michael Rooney, head of commercial services at Break, said: “2018 is a very special year for us with the GoGoHares sculpture trail arriving on the streets of Norwich and around the county in June. We have many events planned to engage both young and old in celebrating this milestone with us and helping us to continue our work with vulnerable children, young people and families.”
Once again, each of the hares will be individually painted by local artists and are sponsored by businesses and organisations. The designs are always colourful, bold with plenty of humour, history and local references thrown in. A trail map and ticklist will be available to enable everyone to track down as many of the hares as possible throughout the summer. The GoGoHares trail, which has been organised in partnership with Wild in Art, is due to go live on June 24 and will run until September 8.