Henry the Hare

Hare Info

Type: County Hare

Trail number: 63

Sponsor: South Norfolk Council

Artist: Artist for GoGoHares 2018 Rachael Blackwell

THIS HARE HAS BEEN PURCHASED BY THE SPONSOR AND WILL BE REMAINING AS A PUBLIC SCULPTURE IN NORFOLK

County Trail Hare - Henry has dropped his belongings somewhere in the town. Will you help him? Find and save them in your virtual basket on a magical treasure hunt as he becomes an animation in front of your eyes.

Henry is part of the new free to download, trail App ‘Wym Trails’ which also features historical stories of the past through virtual reality.

Henry expresses his quirky personality by dressing in the style of gentleman’s fashions from the 1860s when the book Alice in Wonderland was published, he is complete with lapel pin which echoes the Breaks charity logo.

DOWNLOAD OUR APP to find all the hares in the City and County - £1 of which goes to Break charity.

THIS HARE HAS BEEN PURCHASED BY THE SPONSOR AND WILL BE REMAINING AS A PUBLIC SCULPTURE IN NORFOLK

THINGS TO DO WHILST VISITING WYMONDHAM

1. The big and obvious one for me, re promotion of our Hare, is the fact that it is the start of the children s version of the free downloadable trail app we are building and that will go live on June 24th too. ‘Henry the Hare’ will come to life as an animation and lead the children round the same trail as their parents (who will be doing the heritage trail version of the app) on a virtual treasure hunt – collecting Henrys dropped items (eyeglass, map, handkerchief, compass etc) and putting them in their virtual basket on any smart device. The app will ask the children quiz type questions as well to keep it all interesting!

2. The Heritage trail version of this app, brings the historical stories of Wymondham to life, through Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality experiences. This new, free, unique app will enable visitors to the historic market town, to literally, ‘walk through time’. The app, is a pre-set walking tour, and allows users to interact with events from the past, through VR, AR, narrative and audio. There will also be virtual reality headsets at the local museum for users to fully experience the Kett Rebellion story by being transported back to the events of 1549. Other immersive experiences on the trail include, Wymondham’s medieval market place, a reconstruction and deconstruction of Wymondham Abbey, the fire of 1615 and the infamous Stanfield Hall murders.


3. Wymondham Abbey

4. The Market Cross

5. The Bridewell Heritage Museum

6. Beckets Chapel & Arts Centre

7. The Mid Norfolk Railway

8. Tank Museum

9. Forncett Industrial Steam Museum

10. Tiffey Valley Walk

11. Lotus track days

12. 389th Bomb Group memorial exhibition

Location

Wymondham, Near to Market Cross in Wymondham Market Place. NR18 0AL

Charity Auction for 50 City Hares at The Forum, Norwich 11 October

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