GoGoDiscover a trail of prehistoric proportions in Norfolk

Watch out, dinosaurs and mammoths are on the loose!

A free art sculpture trail of prehistoric proportions has stomped onto the streets of Norwich and Norfolk.

Terrific T.rex sculptures have come to Norwich alongside a new colossal Steppe Mammoth sculpture – the biggest trail sculpture to ever stomp the streets of the region.

The Steppe Mammoths are found across Norfolk to celebrate the Deep History Coast. It is also the site of the discovery of the largest and oldest mammoth ever found in Britain.

If that isn’t enough, GoGoDiscover also has mini a ‘Breaksaurus’ T.rex on their own trail as part of the Learning and Community Programme with local schools and community groups.

The trail is delivered by charity Break, in partnership with Wild in Art and its aim is to raise funds for the charity who make lives better for children and young people on the edge of care, in care and leaving care.

The charity are encouraging trail-goers to donate, collect merchandise, attend their events or be sponsored to take on the trail in order to raise funds, as well as an auction of the sculptures on 28 September.

GoGoDiscover features almost 80 sculptures – 55 T.rex and 24 Steppe Mammoths individually decorated by artists and sponsored by businesses and 100 mini Breakasaurus T.rex decorated by a school or community group.

Find a fun family activity workshop near you and help support Break with their roaring merchandise range with here.

Where: Norwich and Norfolk
When: 27 June – 10 September 2022
Event Partner: Break
Website: GoGoDiscover

 

Mammoth Hike and Beach Clean

Sign up to the Mammoth Hike and Beach Clean

On 3 July, the entire family can enjoy this fundraising walk with a twist. It is a 13 miles hike along the North Norfolk coast, exploring picturesque countryside and beaches.

Starting at Holt, you will explore heathland and hidden paths to Weybourne then, taking in the Deep History coastal path, walk along to West Runton finishing with a litter pick on the coastline to Cromer.

Tickets start at £10 per person, or choose to fundraise and walk for free! The walk will also include the opportunity to visit three mammoth sculptures as part of the trail.