Peter Marron, GoGoDiscover project manager, said: “We were so excited to unveil Prideasaurus on National Dinosaur Day. The presenting partners of GoGoDiscover 2021 are Norwich BID and Chantry Place so this was the ideal opportunity for them both to be involved in celebrating this national event. We can’t wait for everyone to see the Prideasaurus and the remaining 19 T.rex when they hit the streets of Norwich in July.”
Stefan Gurney, Norwich BID, said: “We’re thrilled to have our sculpture unveiled on National Dinosaur Day. We just love the idea Martin created for our T.rex and the way he has painstakingly brought Prideasaurus to life with such attention to detail is amazing. It was lovely to see the reaction of shoppers as they came face to teeth with him today!”
Paul McCarthy, general manager at Chantry Place, said: “Prideasaurus was just the perfect GoGoDiscover sculpture to unveil underneath our rainbow on Chantry Square. We were delighted to host this sneak peek of one of the brilliant sculptures which will be in the city this summer.”
Running from 12th July – 11th September, GoGoDiscover is a 10 week trail delivered by Break in partnership with Wild in Art. The T.rex trail will see 20 sculptures including Prideasaurus stomping into Norwich city centre. All sculptures are sponsored by local businesses and uniquely decorated by artists from across the region and beyond.
For more information about Break visit break-charity.org
For more information on Chantry Place visit www.ChantryPlace.co.uk or follow chantryplacenorwich on social media.
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