The head of a green robot T. rex sculpture, Rex_Machina, sponsored by FCC Innovation on the Norwich GoGoDiscover trail.

GoGoDiscover

Meet our T. rex, Rex_Machina, a robo-dino on Norwich’s charity sculpture trail!

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Learn more about the trail

Click through to the GoGoDiscover (Break) website to learn more about the sculptures, events and fundraising.

A silver rivet standing out from a green 'skin'. A teaser shot of Rex_Machina, a robot T. rex on the GoGoDiscover trail.

get a trail map

Find printed maps with T. rex and mammoth locations in hubs across Norwich and Norfolk.

A shiny metal-look silver tooth belonging to a T. rex sculpture, Rex_Machina on the GoGoDiscover trail.

Download the App

Plan your route, unlock the characters, get rewards and vote for your favourite!

Part of a green and silver robot T. rex's eye, with a red pupil and metal-look rim.

The Sponsors

Learn which businesses have sponsored T. rexes and mammoths.

A shiny silver claw belonging to a green and silver robot T. rex, Rex_Machina, on the GoGoDiscover trail

The Artists

Find out more about the incredible creatives behind the sculptures.

Meet Rex_Machina!

Rex_Machina, created by artist Tim Sutcliffe, is now on Orford Hill! He’s sponsored by FCC Innovation and First Copy. (FCC Innovation is our brand for office print and technology; First Copy is our sister brand for production and commercial print).

The #GoGoDiscover trail runs from 27 June – 10 September 2022. This year, it includes 55 T. rexes!

In 2021, the first 21 individually designed T. rex arrived in Norwich, leading to Dippy the Diplodocus at Norwich Cathedral. Excitingly, these first 21 dinos have returned this summer, supported by many new friends (including the First Copy/FCC Innovation tyrannosaurus!).

What’s more, the trail will expand outside Norwich and across Norfolk with the addition of Steppe Mammoths! There are also more than 100 smaller Breakasaurus sculptures created by schools and community groups.

The trail is coordinated by Wild In Art, and will raise money for children’s charity Break. There is an official trail app to ‘unlock’ each sculpture and earn rewards. There is even a sticker book this year.

Learn more in our FAQs below.

Last year, we sponsored Honey, a Cow About Cambridge. We loved being part of the trail so much that this year we’re back – in Norwich!

Break does absolutely amazing work with children in and on the edge of care, and we have been honoured to work with them this past three years. 

COmpanies are invited to sponsor a sculpture many months before a new trail goes live.

When we had confirmed our sponsorship, two team members attended the art selection at Roarr Dinosaur Park. Shortly thereafter, we were delighted to hear that our number one choice had been allocated, created by artist Tim Sutcliffe.

Our marketing team met Rex_Machina in his secret accommodation a couple of weeks before the trail, and now he’s ready to meet you!

 

Your opinions are wide ranging; thousands of devices are available through Tech-as-a-Service.

It’s a very flexible scheme, but here are some things that you might choose to do – numbers are not fixed as we would create you a bespoke package:

  • Supply of five PCs and thirty iPads for a classroom

  • Five home working ‘seats’ – phone, laptop, external monitor and keyboard, desktop printer and tablet for five of your remote employees

  • 25 office ‘seats’ – laptop and docking station, phone, tablet and a shared hallway printer/scanner

  • Laptops on lease for students or pupils

You are not limited to one particular brand or model of tablet, laptop, etc.

Yes! At the end of the trail, most of the T. rex and mammoths will be auctioned off to raise money for Break. You can attend the auction or bid from home. Register your interest to bid on the sculptures now.

More news about GoGoDiscover 2022 will appear on our social channels as we have it:

Rex_Machina’s own twitter feed
Our Instagram feed
Our Facebook page
Our company LinkedIn page

Lots of the sculptures have their own feeds, and you will also find that Break and GoGoDiscover are very active on social media.

Rex_Machina is waiting for you on Orford Hill, not far from The Bell Hotel in Norwich. You can find him in the maps section of the app or as number 17 in the printed version.

Find paper copies of the trail map at hubs across the county, including the Forum in Norwich and Break charity shops.

The requested donation for a paper copy of the map is £1. Alternatively, download the app (see below) or get a digital copy from the GoGoDiscover website You can download city, county or Breakasaurus versions.

There is an official trail app to show you where all the dinosaurs and mammoths are. The app will also give you access to unlock rewards (including our children’s activities!), record your milestones and vote for your favourites. The app costs £1.79.

Find the app in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

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