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By Jackscott @jackscottbodrum

Following the flight of camp dragons, the parade of vivid jumbos and the troupe of panto gorillas in our midst comes an assortment of big-eared, bright-eyed leporids. A magnificent drove of florescent hares has hopped onto plinths across Norwich (and further afield too) to delight both the young and the young at heart. Come the summer holidays we’re expecting sweaty legions of overwrought kiddies and their overheating parents to follow the harey trail, all for Break, a charity that has been helping children in care for 50 years. Happy golden birthday to Break.

Byron Castle View Cathedral Spire About the Hares Tombland Dr Martens Chapelfield The Ivy Norwich Guildhall Hill Superdry Fye Bridge Cafe Marzano Spider Hare Cathedral Close Top Man St Giles Royal Arcade Lest We Forget St Stephens Castle Mall Solicitors Lightshade John Lewis Guildhall

You can find out more about the hares and their worthy cause here. The sculptures with their stunning pelts will be on display until 8th September, after which they’ll be auctioned off for some much-needed cash. So it’s not a hare today gone tomorrow exhibition. Groan.

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