As a new creature to succeed GoGoGorillas! is set to be revealed, what animal sculpture would you like to see in Norwich?

GoGoGorillas! being taken off the streets of Norwich at the end of the extremely popular trial in 2013. Photo: Steve Adams GoGoGorillas! being taken off the streets of Norwich at the end of the extremely popular trial in 2013. Photo: Steve Adams

Thursday, April 3, 2014
4:20 PM

Remember the arty apes that decorated our fine city last summer?

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Well rumour has it a new gang of colourful creatures is set to take to the streets of Norwich in 2015.

Children’s charity Break, which organised the GoGoGorillas! trail, is working on a new animal-themed outdoor art spectacle and all is set to be revealed tomorrow.

Ahead of the grand unveiling, we would like to hear what animal you would like to be the star of the show - you can vote in our online poll on this story and also post your ideas below.

The GoGoGorillas! troop of 54 ape sculptures decorated Norwich from June to September last year and were a huge hit with people of all ages.

The whole trail was organised by Break and Wild in Art, and at auction the gorillas raised £272,300 for Break and the Born Free Foundation.



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