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Automotosaurus will be back this summer with the rest of the GoGoDiscover dinos!

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4 sneak peeks of Automotosaurus

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GoGo on a Jurassic jaunt to discover Break’s T.rexcellent new charity sculpture trail in partnership with Wild in Art.

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Automotosaurus with artist Jo Botterill
Automotosaurus with artist Jo Botterill

Back in 2018 we sponsored a GoGoHare in the Norwich City trail, and in 2021 and 2022 we are sponsoring a spectacular T.rex sculpture!

Automotosaurus and friends are returning in summer 2022 as part of a larger county-wide trail across Norfolk, from Monday 27th June until Saturday 10th September 2022.

After the success and popularity of our GoGo Hare ‘Break Harepower’ in 2018, once again our rex will be brought to life by talented artist Joanne Botterill. At 1.8m tall, the sculptures make a fantastic canvas and will be an eyecatching presence across Norwich!

Unpainted T-Rex sculptures

If previous trails are anything to go by, GoGoDiscover in 2022 is bound to be a huge success, raising thousands of pounds for Break via sponsorships, merchandise and the auction of the T-Rex sculptures themselves.

Proceeds raised will support Break’s vital work supporting young people and families across East Anglia.

Charlie Langhorne, Wild in Art managing director, said:

"I think they will be tremendously well-received - children young and old do love dinosaurs so hopefully it will be a really exciting trail."

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


"A child cannot choose the family, surroundings or situation they are born into. Here at Break we believe that whatever a child’s start in life, with the right support there’s no limit to what they can achieve. Where this support is missing, we’re there. We help children and young people find the courage, strength and hope they need to live happy and successful lives."