GoGoDiscover 2022 will build on the 2021 Norwich T.rex trail but in a mammoth way – with another gigantic prehistoric species to discover and even more T.rex for visitors to sink their teeth into as the trail goes county-wide!
The charity sculpture trail across Norfolk will bring colour and fun to the county and celebrate the Deep History Coast. With Norfolk being home to the discovery of the largest and oldest mammoth ever found in Britain, Steppe Mammoth sculptures will join the Norwich city centre based 2021 T.rex (who won’t fade into extinction) and some new dino-mitey T.rex friends for an 10-week trail of prehistoric proportions in summer 2022.
The Jurassic jaunt will feature a large collection of Steppe Mammoth and T.rex sculptures designed by local and national artists and sponsored by businesses, as well as a pack of smaller T.rex ‘Breakasaurus’ sculptures as part of GoGoDiscover’s learning and community programme for local schools, nurseries, colleges and groups.
As well as all the tourism and economic benefits the free trail will bring to Norfolk, not to mention smiles and adventures, the aim of the trail is to raise awareness and vital funds for Break; transforming futures and changing lives of vulnerable children and young people across East Anglia.
Stomp on board this mammoth opportunity!
Whilst the sponsors for 2021 are already signed up we need your support in 2022. Being a sponsor offers a proven business development, employee and community engagement opportunity. Put your organisation on the map and reach new audiences for your business whilst supporting Break. Find and download our sponsorship pack today.
Don’t miss it on our early bird sponsorship package price – get involved now!
We also have a free virtual sessions to find out the sponsorship opportunities we have available and the T.riffic benefits of being involved! Register your interest here.
Our Roar-some Learning and Community Programme
Schools, nurseries, colleges and groups will also join in the fun, adopting and designing their own smaller ‘Breakasaurus’ T.rex sculptures, while taking part in a county-wide Learning & Community Programme. After getting creative in the classroom, they will see their masterpiece on the art trail and afterwards it is theirs to keep. To find out more, download our Learning & Community Programme today.
Artists bringing the sculptures to life!
Our call out to artists is not yet open, so keep an eye on our social media channels if you are interested in submitting a design for a T.rex or Steppe Mammoth. If you would like to register your interest and be the first to find out when our artist submission opens, please fill out the form below!