GoGo Hares

Local charity Break have again teamed up with Wild in Art to bring the people of Norfolk the GoGo Hares trail in 2018.

This year was chosen as it is Break’s 50th anniversary and will help the Charity celebrate its work with vulnerable children, young people and families.

Funny Bunny arrives!

The wait is finally over! We're pleased to announce the safe arrival of Funny Bunny at Norwich Station, as part of the GoGoHares public art trail.

Sunday 24 June marked the very first day of the GoGoHares trail, with scores of larger than life hare sculptures dotted around Norwich city centre for the public to enjoy for the next 11 weeks.

We are so excited to finally reveal our chosen hare as part of the much anticipated GoGoHares trail. With Funny Bunny’s love for carrots and our pride in our delicious, fresh produce here at the East of England Co-op, we thought Funny Bunny was the perfect choice for us!

GoGoHares 2018 is presented by Break charity in partnership with Wild in Art. The Hare was chosen as it is a popular iconic subject for artists and can regularly be seen in the countryside of East Anglia. Along with 50 city hare sculptures to celebrate 50 years of Break, that will form the city trail there will also be a further 18 moongazer hare sculptures positioned across Norfolk. Together this makes 68 hares, the year that Break was started.

Sticker books

A selection of our Norfolk stores will be stocking the sticker books. 

Enter our competition!

Visit our Facebook page or Twitter page and find out how you can enter our GoGoHares competition! 

Find out more about the artist who painted our Hare!                                                                                                                                                                

Raising funds for Break

The charity was founded in 1968 by Judith Davison, her late husband, Geoffrey, and Rev. Leslie Morley initially to provide respite short breaks for vulnerable children and their families, starting with holiday centres Rainbow and Sandcastle in Sheringham and Hunstanton. The overall ethos of the charity remains unchanged; to ensure vulnerable children, young people and families receive the support they need to flourish and grow.