Collect dragon stickers to support north Norfolk Break charity

The launch of the GoGoDragons! Sticker book at Norwich Castle. New dragons, Dragonfly, and Horatio w

The launch of the GoGoDragons! Sticker book at Norwich Castle. New dragons, Dragonfly, and Horatio with Alan Jennings, from field sales for the EDP and Norwich Evening News. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2015

An annual art trail raising funds for North Norfolk-based charity Break has added a bonus feature this year - a sticker album.

The GoGoDragons! charity art trail has begun in Norwich.

The trail of 84 large dragon sculptures and 120 school dragons runs until September 5 before they gather at the Forum at the end of month ahead of an auction on October 1 to raise funds for Sheringham-based Break.

The sticker album launched by the News' sister paper the EDP is also now on sale at Break shops and the News office and East of England Co-Op

It features quizzes, the GoGoDragons! trail map and stories about the dragons and a previous trail of gorillas.

EDP editor-in-chief Nigel Pickover said: 'We are thrilled to have created this sticker album to bring an exciting extra dimension to the GoGoDragons! trail. The East of England Co-op are our great friends in the GoGoDragons! crusade and together we hope thousands of people will enjoy collecting the stickers for this album which will lead to significant extra funds for Break.'

GoGoDragons! project manager Martin Green, from Cromer, said the sticker book was a great addition to the GoGoDragons! excitement.

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He said: 'GoGoDragons! looks set to take Norwich by storm this summer. People are being really inspired by what is happening, and with Norwich's links to dragons and all the great art, it is a nice mixture of history, art and creativity.'

How to collect your stickers

The GoGoDragons! sticker album is available from:

the News office at 31 Church Street, Cromer

Break charity shops at Market Place, Aylsham; High Street, Stalham; Miller's Walk, Fakenham; High Street, Holt; Station Road, Sheringham; Hamilton Road, Cromer; Market Place, North Walsham;

East of England Co-op stores at Church Street, Sheringham and Briston Road, Melton Constable.

The book costs £5 to buy, and you will also be able to collect your stickers from the same shops. There are 150 stickers for you to collect, including 84 dragon stickers, 54 gorilla stickers and 12 special, shiny stickers.

You will be able to collect the stickers for 10 weeks until Saturday, August 29.

The Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News will be publishing a voucher each day which can be exchanged for one free pack of five stickers, and Saturday's Eastern Daily Press will include two sticker vouchers.

Alternatively people can buy sticker packs for £1 each.

You can keep collecting all the way to 150 stickers, but if you are extra keen you will also be able to buy your final 20 stickers – subject to availability – direct from the EDP and Norwich Evening News head office in Rouen Road for 20p per sticker.

To do this you will need to show your sticker album filled with 130 stickers.