Mini T-Rex spotted by our sharp-sighted social media followers

4th October 2021
Dinosaur sculpture at Cromer

Over the past six weeks we have been asking our social media followers to help us track down our mini T-Rex.  Our little Breakasaurus had escaped from our grasp in July and had been stomping around Norfolk on a summer sightseeing tour ever since! 

You may have spotted our ‘Dino in Disguise’ competition which we have been sharing on our Facebook page, posting nine photos and sightings of our mini T-Rex at various Norfolk locations. We asked people to look closely at the pictures and tell us where our mischievous mini T-Rex had been visiting. 

Thanks to our sharp-sighted Facebook followers, our dinky dinosaur has now been tracked down and handed back to Break charity so he can take part in the GoGoDiscover Learning and Community Programme, which we are very excited to sponsor and see launch this autumn. 

As a reward, we had three t-riffic prizes on offer, which have been won by the following people.   

Congratulations to …

  • Sue Dyke who has won two vouchers each for a one-hour Ski Taster session at Norfolk Snowsports Club. 
  • Chloe Leeder who has won a family day ticket to Pensthorpe Natural Park 
  • Lynda Leeder for winning four individual entry tickets to ROARR! Dinosaur Adventure. 

All winners were randomly selected from all correct entries emailed to us before the closing date.  


Did you correctly guess all nine locations too? We can now reveal the Norfolk spots were (in no particular order):

1. Cromer Pier

2. Happisburgh Lighthouse

3. Norwich Market 

4. Mousehold Heath, Norwich 

5. Diss Mere

6. Tutankhamun’s Emporium, Swaffham 

7.  Swaffham Butter Cross in the market place  

8. Norfolk Snowsports Club 

9. On the Norfolk Broads at Wroxham / Hoveton 

Now that he has been recaptured, our mischievous Breakasaurus (one of the smaller GoGoDiscover sculptures) will be stomping off to a Norfolk school very soon. 

Once in class, he will be beautifully decorated by children as they take part in Break’s GoGoDiscover Learning and Community Programme.  More than 80 Norfolk schools and community groups are signed up to this art project, which is simply roar-some! 

As the proud sponsors of Break’s Learning and Community Programme, we cannot wait to see what stunning designs the children come up with. 

For more about the GoGoDiscover trail, which will be returning to Norwich and across Norfolk in 2022, please visit www.break-charity.org  

And if, like us, you have loved seeing the free dinosaur trail this summer, please support Break with a small donation.  

  • Text TREX to 70085 to donate £3. Texts cost £3, plus one standard rate message. 

 Thank you. 

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