Heritage Dragon Project 2015
The legends of dragons are part of Norwich’s heritage, and next year some of these mythological beasts are set to shine a spotlight on seven of our fine city’s historic venues.
The GoGoDragons! art trail –organised by children’s charity Break and Wild in Art – is bringing a clan of 80 dragon sculptures to Norwich’s streets in summer 2015, and a small group of these fire-breathing creatures are planned to be part of a special community heritage project.
These seven dragons will be linked to seven historic locations, and local groups have been busy working with artists on their designs.
Two of the dragons – those linked to Norwich Puppet Theatre and St Lawrence’s Church – have already been sponsored but businesses and organisations still have the chance to sponsor the five other heritage dragons.
They are due to take up residence at The Guildhall, St Michael Coslany, The Wharf Academy, Country and Eastern, and St Gregory’s throughout next summer’s GoGoDragons! trail.
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