Summer 2025 will see not one, not two, but FIVE majestic sculptures straight from the African Savannah march their way into Norwich and Norfolk.
This safari sculpture trail will feature lions, elephants, giraffes, rhinos and gorillas and will not only be bringing communities together, but each sculpture represents the strength, resilience and hope of the young people from care that Break supports.
Expressions of interest are now open to businesses, artists, schools and community groups to get involved in the roarsome event.
Break makes life better for children and young people on the edge of care, in care and leaving care. Working across East Anglia, the charity firmly believes that every child, no matter their start in life, deserves a bright future.
Starting by building and earning trust, and then providing opportunities for young people to engage with, Break’s aim is to walk with those they support every step of the way to independence. And the support doesn’t stop there, a lifelong offer means the charity is there whenever and wherever they’re needed.