The members of GB’s Hull and East Yorkshire District are going city-wide with their celebrations for our 125th anniversary by holding The Great GB Logo Trail in Hull.
They’ve placed 11 #WeAreGB125 logos around the city for young people to find using a map. Then participants need to take photos with the logos. There has been fantastic support from the community with the Hull Waterstones branch contributing a prize for the winner and many local businesses and shops offering their windows as hiding spots for the logos. One shop – Hull People’s Memorial - has even put out an old GB uniform as an extra surprise on the trail.
1st Cottingham Leader Lauren Jeffries says ‘We found the logos and had a great time taking in the lovely architecture of Hull, having fun and celebrating our 125th birthday. A massive thank you to all the businesses that have made this possible.’
The event launched on 14 July with young people and leaders from the district getting together for a day of craft and activities. The younger members got stuck in making their own playdough and tube unicorns and older members learnt new crafts by making drawing robots and timberkits, as well as all age groups joining together to make a huge banner for the event.
If you’d like to take part in The Great GB Logo Trail, you can download the map and information below and get hunting.
The logos can be spotted around Hull and photos can submitted via Facebook or email until 9 September 2018 when a winner will be drawn.
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