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King's Staithe Square is now home to a sculpture which is part of the Go Go Discover trail in West Norfolk.

Its fish-and-chips design is already attracting visitors with further sculputes in Norwich and around the county.

Another sculpture designed as a big top is living in The Walks for the summer and the sculptures will be auctioned in the autumn with funds going to the charity Break.

L-R: Helen Symonds and Angus, Pixie with Natasha Colman enjoy the sculpture. (57621044)
L-R: Helen Symonds and Angus, Pixie with Natasha Colman enjoy the sculpture. (57621044)

Mums Natasha Colman and Helen Symonds with their children Pixie and Angus came accross the huge sculpture in King's Staithe Square.

Natasha said: "We have been to a parent and toddler group and saw the mammoth, we also followed the trail when it was gorillas."

A sign to say please do not climb is on display and hopefully the sculptures will not be vandalised over the coming months.

King's Staithe Square is home to this brightly decorated mammoth. (57621041)
King's Staithe Square is home to this brightly decorated mammoth. (57621041)
Go Go Discover trail comes to Lynn. One sculpture at King's Staithe Square. (57621038)
Go Go Discover trail comes to Lynn. One sculpture at King's Staithe Square. (57621038)

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