This summer, intu Chapelfield have welcomed 5 beautifully decorated dragons into the centre as part of Break Charity's amazing GoGoDragons! trail. With 84 located across Norwich, it is a great challenge for any explorer and we've embraced every moment. Our very own Soup Dragon is located up on our Dining Terrace ensuring every one is enjoying a tasty snack from one of our restaurants. Why not take a selfie with him and post it to his Twitter page @GoGoSoupDragon? (He's very on board with social media) and use the hashtag #GGD15. We also have Patch out on Chapelfield Plain, IndyGoGo and Knickerbocker Gloria on our bridges on the Upper Ground Mall and Circuit out on St. Stephens Entrance.
Make sure you pick up your free trail map from our Information Desk and start the trail today - but hurry, all Dragons will be gogo gone by September 5th ready for auction.
We're also delighted to have welcomed 25 school dragons into the centre. Each one has been carefully decorated to represent a college or school by all different age groups across Norfolk and can be located in our special gallery up on our Dining Terrace.
Whilst you're here you can pick up our free souvenir brochure, detailing all 120 school dragons and their locations. It also makes for an eye-catching poster to put on bedroom walls.
Are you taking part in Veganuary this 2019?
Giraffe have introduced their brand-new vegan menu as part of Veganuary including a delicious beetroot and quinoa burger, tasty sides and a dessert not to be missed!
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We are super excited for the new arrival of Brows which has just opened in House of Fraser!
They offer a range of services:
Brows are offering an exclusive offer to celebrate their opening - £1 eyebrow threading! Only until 10th June, to redeem this offer all you have to do is head over to t…More info
In April, 35 staff members and tenants at intu Chapelfield undertook the Age UK, Dementia Friends training session. The sessions involved learning about types of dementia, how people can live well with dementia, and how those living with it can be better supported in the community.
There is a big campaign underway to make Norwich a dementia friendly and inclusive city. The campaign is aimed at…Read more