Schools put the finishing touches to more than 100 baby GoGoDragons!

Colman Infant School pupils with their baby GoGoDragon! and Chris Ellis from Dipples who has sponsor

Colman Infant School pupils with their baby GoGoDragon! and Chris Ellis from Dipples who has sponsored a big dragon and will display the baby one in his shop. Picture by SIMON FINLAY. - Credit: Archant Norfolk

With only weeks to until the launch of the GoGoDragons! sculpture trail, hundreds of school children across the county have been busy putting the finishing touches to their own 'baby' dragons.

Children from Garrick Green Infant School at Old Catton with their baby GoGoDragon! 'Garrick' which

Children from Garrick Green Infant School at Old Catton with their baby GoGoDragon! 'Garrick' which the school has decorated in conjunction with Sprowston High School. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2015

The schools project will see more than 100 baby dragons go on display at The Forum, Intu Chapelfield, Castle Mall, Norwich Lanes and other independent retailers from July 4 until September 5.

They will join the 84 full-sized dragons which will already be on display on the city's streets.

The schools project has been organised by The Forum.

Chief executive Tim Bishop said: 'We are delighted that so many schools and youth groups took part and that potentially thousands of children are going to enjoy seeing these sculptures on display.

Catton Grove Primary school pupils with their baby GoGoDragon! 'Grover'. It was designed and decorat

Catton Grove Primary school pupils with their baby GoGoDragon! 'Grover'. It was designed and decorated by 30 year 1 children and 30 year 3 children. Picture by SIMON FINLAY. - Credit: Archant Norfolk


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'The project was about creativity and heritage and making sure that as many young people as possible, from all around Norfolk, had the chance to be part of the GoGoDragons! 2015.'

After September 5 the baby dragons will go back to their schools.

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