Proudly Supporting GoGoHares in Norfolk

Posted on 6th July 2018

Hare Rae Busta next to Norwich City Hall on St Giles


This summer is certainly shaping up to be one to remember, with more sunny days than we’re accustomed to here in Norfolk, England doing far better in the World Cup than we could have hoped for and a feast of community events uniting our fine county. Last week we had a fantastic time at the Royal Norfolk Show, a highlight in the local calendar that was even bigger and better than ever. We met so many loyal and potential customers and had a great time getting to know our fellow countymen and agricultural peers. 


This past fortnight has also seen the launch of the brilliant GoGoHares sculpture trail, with 50 beautifully decorated hares adorning the streets of Norwich and many more scattered around the countryside and the Norfolk Broads. We are proud to be a sponsor of Hare-Rae Busta who can be found on St Giles street in Norwich, just next to the city hall. 


The Lord Mayor’s Celebration takes place this Saturday, the annual event that’s grown to become a festival across the city culminating in a dazzling firework display from the Castle’s battlements. If you’ve not seen our Hare yet, be sure to visit it as you enjoy the day of celebrations - Hare-Rae Busta is in a prime position for viewing the fireworks, at the top of the Guildhall hill! 


GoGoHares 2018 is presented by Break charity in partnership with Wild in Art. Find out more at www.gogohares.co.uk or visit the GoGoHares Twitter, Instagram and Facebook