Have you spotted our GoGoDiscover Steppe Mammoth Buzz yet?


The GoGoDiscover trail is well underway, and we’ve seen so many people come along to find our sponsored mammoth Buzz and take photos! Have you spotted him yet?


Stomping through Fairland Green in Wymondham until September 10th, you will spot Buzz, which was designed by artist Donna Newman and is decorated with furry bees, lavender and honeycomb. Buzz symbolizes the importance of bees in our ecosystem and was inspired by the beauty of Norfolk.

Delivered by East Anglian charity, Break, in partnership with Wild in Art, the GoGoDiscover trail has T.rex and Steppe Mammoth sculptures to find throughout Norwich and Norfolk.

Buzz is one of 24 Steppe Mammoth sculptures located around the county, but people are also on the hunt for 55 large T.rex and 98 smaller Breakasaurus sculptures that are prowling the streets of Norwich.

The trail helps raise vital funds for Break, which makes life better for children and young people who are on the edge of care, in care or leaving care. All support and money raised through GoGoDiscover help to stamp out the mammoth expectations of young adults leaving the care system.

If you’ve already spotted Buzz, or even if you’re still on the hunt, why not GoGo take part in our bee-utiful colouring competition? Artist Donna Newman has created four different templates of Buzz for a variety of ages. The entries will be judged by our Wymondham team at the end of the trail and there is a mammoth prize to be won. For more information on this competition, please visit: https://www.lovell.co.uk/gogodiscover-steppe-mammoth-buzz-at-wymondham/


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