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26 / 10 / 2021

We are delighted to announce our involvement in GoGoDiscover 2022, the charity art trail organised by East Anglian children’s charity Break, in conjunction with Wild in Art, taking place next summer. We are sponsoring a Steppe Mammoth sculpture, which will be located somewhere in Norfolk, and have also donated a mini T.rex Breakasaurus to Acle Academy, part of The Wensum Trust. We will be setting the school a bit of a themed challenge and will bring you more news on this and the development of the sculpture soon!


With GoGoDiscover 2021 being such a success, with 21 T.rex sculptures dotted across Norwich, GoGoDiscover 2022 forms the second part of the two-year trail of truly Jurassic proportions. The T.rex will be back next year with even more new T.rex sculptures, as well as Steppe Mammoths to celebrate the Deep History Coast and Norfolk being the site of discovery of the largest and oldest mammoth ever found in Britain.

The trail will be live across Norfolk from Monday 27th June until Saturday 10th September 2022 and will encourage explorers of all ages to have fun and learn more about the county, whilst raising awareness and vital funds for Break and the vulnerable young people they support. At the end of the trail next year, many of the sculptures will go to a charity auction where all proceeds raised will go directly to Break to help them continue their work with young people across the region on the edge of care, in care and leaving care.

Children at Acle will decorate the Breakasaurus we have donated, which will then be included in Break’s Learning & Community programme and be displayed in Norwich next summer.

Simon Medler, regional managing director of Lovell in East Anglia, said: “To support Break and its vital work as a charity across the region was an easy decision. The GoGo public art trails are great fun and we are really looking forward to picking a design and working with a local artist to bring our Steppe Mammoth sculpture to life and seeing it in Norfolk next year. We also can’t wait to see what roarsome design the students will come up with for the T.rex, which will also form part of the learning and community programme for the trail.”

Keep an eye on our website and social channels for updates on the sculptures.