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Mammoths spotted in King’s Lynn

The two mammoths currently on display in King's Lynn. One in King's Staithe Square, the other in The Walks.

Published: Tuesday, 28th June 2022

Mammoths have appeared in King’s Lynn this week as part of Break’s GoGoDiscover Trail.

The trail returns with 79 individually designed sculptures, including 24 Steppe Mammoths and 55 T-Rex, all located around Norfolk.

In west Norfolk there are two Mammoths. Big Top, created by Sophie Li-Rocchi, can be found in The Walks and Feeding Frenzy, created by Roberta Wood, has taken residence in King’s Staithe Square.

The borough council is a supporting partner for the countywide trail and has sponsored the two Steppe Mammoths that can be found in King’s Lynn until Saturday 10 September.

The trail is helping to raise funds for East Anglian charity Break through trail app downloads, trail maps, raffle tickets, merchandise and ultimately auctioning off the sculptures at the end of September.

The charity Break works to better the lives of children and young people who are on the edge of care, in care and leaving care.

You can find out more about the charity Break and the GoGoDiscover Trail, including downloading a trail map here.

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