The Assembly House Trust are extremely pleased to act as a sponsor for the GoGo Create project in Norwich.
The leaping leveret – or young hare – sculptures are decorated by schools and community groups as part of the project that runs alongside the GoGoHares trail being brought to Norwich and Norfolk by childrens charity Break and Wild in Art in summer 2018 to celebrate Breaks 50th anniversary.
Although around 150 schools and organisations sign up to design their own leaping leveret, some organisations are unable to get involved. The Assembly House Trust are proud to provide sponsorship to allow everyone to join in.
This year The Trust has provided sponsorship for two organisations to take part, Norwich Millenium Library and Beeston Primary School.
All of the leverets are displayed in a city trail that runs in parallel with the main GoGoHares trail of larger sculptures designed by artists and sponsored by businesses.
Schools and organisations that sign up to GoGoCreate are also be given a learning resource pack and have the chance to take part in a writing workshop, and their sculpture will be returned to them at the end of the trail.
For more information visit the GoGoCreate website.