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GoGoHares 2018: Who will be crowned favourite County Hare?

PUBLISHED: 09:00 24 September 2018 | UPDATED: 09:33 06 October 2018

Some of the moongazer GoGoHares have been enjoying exploring Ranworth Broad ahead of taking their places on the GoGoHares county trail. Photo: Steve Adams

Some of the moongazer GoGoHares have been enjoying exploring Ranworth Broad ahead of taking their places on the GoGoHares county trail. Photo: Steve Adams

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Heptahare was crowned as Norfolk’s favourite GoGoHare, now we want to know which of the moongazers are your favourite.

People are being given the chance to sponsor the Moongazer hare sculptures which will form the countywide part of the GoGoHares charity art trail which Break is bringing to Norfolk in 2018.
Pictured is one of the Moongazer hare sculptures visiting Cromer beach. 
Photo: Mark Ivan Benfield.People are being given the chance to sponsor the Moongazer hare sculptures which will form the countywide part of the GoGoHares charity art trail which Break is bringing to Norfolk in 2018. Pictured is one of the Moongazer hare sculptures visiting Cromer beach. Photo: Mark Ivan Benfield.

The hares were dotted around Norfolk between June 24 and September 8, now we’re asking you, which one you liked most.

All 18 Hares have been placed into a poll which will close on Saturday, September 29 and 5pm.

The polls will be held on the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News websites.

The 18 moongazers in the county trail reflect the fact that 2018 is a landmark 50th anniversary year for Break, meanwhile each of the city hares represents a year of the half a century that Break has been helping children, young people and families in need.

GoGoHare: Heptahare. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Heptahare. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

The county hares in the poll are as followed; Humphry Hare, Market Place, Aylsham; Haremit, Outside St George’s Theatre, King Street, Great Yarmouth; Chrome-Hare, Inside North Lodge Park, Overstrand Road, Cromer; Ketts Oak, Mousehold Heath, Britannia Road, Norwich; Harleston Hare, St John’s Church, Broad Street, Harleston; Warden Willow, Salhouse Broad visitor car park, Lower Street; Lancaster, Market Place, Fakenham; Slalom Sally, Outside Norfolk Snowsports Club, Whitlingham Lane, Trowse; Sydney Long Ears, Outside Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Broads Wildlife Centre, Ranworth; A Hare Through The Seasons, Holt Country Park, Lepus, Market Place, North Walsham; Holiday Hare, Near Caesars Arcade, Beach Road, Hemsby; Henry the Hare, Near Market Cross, Market Place, Wymondham; Kicks, Outside Start-Rite Shoes Outlet, Broadland Business Park, Norwich; Roamin’ Hare, Outside the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich; GoGo Hareatio Nelson, Outside The Fur and Feather, Woodbastwick; Betsy, Within Wroxham Barns, Tunstead Road, Hoveton and Phareoh, High Street, Dereham.

Tickets for the GoGoHare Charity Auction where 50 ears up city hares and nine county hares will go under the hammer are still available.

Doors open at 6pm on October 11 and there will be a reception with Jake Humphrey, Patron of Break and live entertainment by Alison Sparrow.

The money raised by the GoGoHares trail and auction will help fund the vital work carried out by Break’s Moving On Team across East Anglia, supporting vulnerable young people to live independently after leaving the care system.

Tickets for the event at The Forum will cost £30 which includes the reception, a balcony ticket can be purchased for £25 plus the price of a meal from Pizza Express.

Tickets can be bought here.

GoGoHare: Humphry Hare. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Humphry Hare. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: Haremit. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Haremit. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: Chrome-Hare. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Chrome-Hare. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: Ketts Oak. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Ketts Oak. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: Harleston Hare. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Harleston Hare. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: Warden Willow. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Warden Willow. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: Lancaster. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Lancaster. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: Slalom Sally. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Slalom Sally. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: Sydney Long Ears. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Sydney Long Ears. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: A Hare Through the Seasons. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: A Hare Through the Seasons. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: Lepus. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Lepus. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: Holiday Hare. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Holiday Hare. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: Henry the Hare. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Henry the Hare. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: Kicks. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Kicks. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: Roamin' Hare. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Roamin' Hare. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: Go Go Haretio Nelson. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Go Go Haretio Nelson. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: Betsy. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Betsy. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

GoGoHare: Phareo. Photo: Lee BlanchflowerGoGoHare: Phareo. Photo: Lee Blanchflower

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