Norwich: GoGoGorillas To Bring 500 Thousand Tourists

A trail of decorated gorillas around Norwich this summer are predicted to bring in half a million extra visitors to the city.

GoGoGorillas is similar to the elephant trail that was really popular with people in 2008.

Around 50 of the decorated life-size models will be dotted around the city centre and visitors will be able to pick up or download a map to follow and find them all.

It will launch on June 24th and run for 10 weeks during the summer holidays.

The gorillas have all been painted by artists, schools and community groups and will be auctioned off at the end of the trail in October to raise money for the Break charity and the Born Free Foundation.

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