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Date published: 15th November 2018
North Norfolk District Council are hosting their GoGoHares at their headquarters on Cromer Road for a short period of time. The hares were part of the very popular 2018 Break GoGo trail that took place over the summer. The hares named, A Hare Through The Seasons and Lepus are visiting the reception until they go back to Holt Country Park and North Walsham for key Christmas events.
A Hare Through The Seasons will return to Holt Country Park in time for the Christmas Woodland Trail where children get to meet Father Christmas and learn about how animals are traditionally used in woodland management on the 19 - 20 December.
Lepus will be leaving earlier to attend the Christmas Lights Switch On in his home town of North Walsham on the 24 November.
Whilst they're in the reception they will continue their fundraising for Break charity.
Visitors are welcome to take selfies with the hares.
Last updated: 16th November 2018