Automotosaurus is back with the rest of the GoGoDiscover dinos and friends!
Doing the city trail?
Don’t forget to unlock Automotosaurus on the GoGoDiscover app to receive a reward offer of 10% Off Kids Bikes & Scooters at selected Norwich branches of our sister company, Wilco Motor Spares.
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Number 31 on the City Trail, at the top of Norwich Market in front of City Hall on St Peters Street, Automotosaurus is easy to find and unlock!
GoGoDiscover is the charity sculpture trail delivered by Break and in partnership with Wild in Art.
Automotosaurus with artist Jo Botterill
We are excited to be co-sponsoring a trail sculpture in GoGoDiscover 2022 with our sister company Wilco Motor Spares.
Automotosaurus and friends are on the streets of Norwich from Monday 27th June until Saturday 10th September 2022.
GoGoDiscover 2022 is the second half of a two year trail of Jurassic proportions. The 21 T.rex which appeared in Norwich in summer 2021 to accompany the Dippy on Tour exhibition will return, though this time they’ll be bringing many more friends to help create Break’s most mammoth sculpture trail to date!
This year’s trail will see 55 large T.rex in Norwich, 24 Steppe Mammoths in Norfolk along with 100 Breakasaurus sculptures as part of Break’s Learning & Community programme.
Each sculpture has been decorated by local and national artists and sponsored by businesses from across the region.
While the trail is free, people who have enjoyed the sculptures can donate to Break via text or on the website, so that Break can continue to transform futures and change the lives of vulnerable children and young people across the region.
Our grateful thanks to Stuart Whelan for creating the image above and allowing us to use it on our blog.
About Break and the GoGo sculpture trails
Break is an innovative charity that provides hope and support for vulnerable children and young people. Based in East Anglia, they offer a ‘whole childhood’ service that represents exceptional commitment to the young people they work with and investment in their futures.
Their vision is to be the leading children’s care charity in East Anglia striving for the best outcomes for young people on the edge of care, in care and moving on from care.
They do this by offering a pathway of connected specialist support services to ensure young people have the care they need, when and where they need it, for as long as they need it.
Find out more: www.break-charity.org