To celebrate World Bee Day on Friday 20th May 2022, we hive teased the GoGoDiscover Steppe Mammoth we are sponsoring as part of Break’s sculpture trail this Summer.
Although we can’t reveal the name, artist or full theme of its mammoth, we are buzzing to be sponsoring one for this year's trail and have released a bee-tiful sneak peek of the sculpture, including a bee and lavender motif.
World Bee Day raises awareness about the threats that bees face, as well as celebrates the positive impact that bees and other pollinators have on the ecosystem.
We caught up with Simon Medler, our regional managing director, who comments: “The theme of our Steppe Mammoth relates to nature and the environment, as well as being inspired by Norfolk, and we have loved seeing the process of the blank sculpture to a stunning design by the incredible artist who worked on it. We know that it will be a big hit on the trail and have chosen a theme which we are also passionate about as a business. We can’t wait to reveal it when the trail starts.”
The mammoth will be fully revealed from Monday 27th June when it joins a range of large T.rex and Steppe Mammoth sculptures that will be stomping through Norwich and Norfolk this Summer.
The GoGoDiscover charity sculpture trail is delivered by East Anglian based children’s charity Break, in partnership with Wild in Art. Break gives children and young people on the edge of care, in care and leaving care, the time, support and love they need to achieve their full potential.
We will reveal next month where our amazing Mammoth will be located near to one of our sites in Norfolk!