Paul McCarthy, General Manager at Chantry Place, comments: “The 2021 trail was incredible but this year it has got even bigger with more dinosaurs to discover in Norwich and new Steppe Mammoth sculptures scattered around Norfolk. The dinosaurs we have this year are truly outstanding and children will love spotting all the animals on the Sir David Attenborough inspired one, and one even has braille – the first time a sculpture has had it. Break are also going to be at Chantry Place on a few select dates throughout the summer too, and we hope that the trail and auction this year raises lots of money for the charity . The creativity and skill shown by the local schools and community groups who have decorated the smaller T.rex sculptures is really inspiring and the sculptures have really brightened up the Centre.”
The GoGoDiscover charity sculpture trail is delivered by East Anglian based children’s charity Break, in partnership with Wild in Art. 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.
For more information on Chantry Place, visit www.ChantryPlace.co.uk or follow chantryplacenorwich on social media.