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Can you crack the seventh clue in our Hares Rock treasure hunt?

PUBLISHED: 07:00 19 June 2018

Artist Rebecca Osborne has painted 10 rocks with GoGoHares for EN and EDP readers to find.
Picture: Nick Butcher

Artist Rebecca Osborne has painted 10 rocks with GoGoHares for EN and EDP readers to find. Picture: Nick Butcher

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Three of our 10 Hares Rocks have already been found by eagle-eyed GoGoHares fans in Cromer, Wymondham and Norwich - and today we reveal the clue for where the seventh rock will soon be waiting to be discovered.

Nine-year-old Amy Foster, from Sprowston, was among the lucky people to find a Hares Rock when she spotted the rock hidden in Norwich’s Cathedral Close.
Photo: Deborah FosterNine-year-old Amy Foster, from Sprowston, was among the lucky people to find a Hares Rock when she spotted the rock hidden in Norwich’s Cathedral Close. Photo: Deborah Foster

Using the popular craze Norfolk Rocks as inspiration, we commissioned artist Rebecca Osborne to decorate 10 stones with GoGo characters for a #HaresRock treasure hunt.

The first five were placed in secret spots across Norfolk at the weekend after we published clues last week, and nine-year-old Amy Foster, from Sprowston, was among the lucky people to find one when she spotted the rock hidden in Norwich’s Cathedral Close.

This week we are publishing a new clue every day until Friday, and the second batch of five stones will be hidden from 9am on Saturday. Today’s clue is: “This #Hares Rock can be found resting just a rocks throw from this City Public Sculpture.”

The first person to find each stone will win one of our GoGoHares sticker albums and 95 sticker packs. People can also buy the album for £5 at www.edp24.co.uk/hares or by calling 01603 772138.


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