Our quirky resident dragon, George has become quite the dragon about town. He just so loves getting out and about in the fine city of Norwich.
Lately, George has adopted a slightly more unusual mode of transport, that of a recycled tapered truck. He's still a young dragon and hasn't yet learned to fly. Being the bespoke character that he is, he's rather more suited to the ground than the skies anyway!
George will be starring in a series of adventures around Norwich, all of which will be available here on his blog. So, where better to begin his journey than George Street?!
Where's George? Episode 1
George zoomed down the hill past medieval St Andrew's Hall and took a bit of a spin outside the Norwich Art School. He motored on to wave a rubbery wing at his friends in St George's Music Shop and then nipped around the corner to the lovely Grade I listed St George's Church, Colegate, the old haunt of his charming friend Gloria GoGo Dragon. Heading back towards the city saw him putting on a show outside Norwich Playhouse.
Never fear, George's truck has been thoroughly tested and approved for safety by our industrious furry friend, Health and Safety Bear.
Where's George? Episode 2
Time for episode two of dragon about the city. With so many delicious eating establishments available, George had a quick recce outside the main entrance to popular shopping centre, Intu Chapelfield. Would George go for Wagamama? Giraffe? Sushi? or ASK Italian? We think he's more of a flame grilled Gourmet Burger Kitchen kind of chap. Moving over to the fabulous Forum and waving a wing past the Norwich City Council offices at City hall he then ventured to a couple of creative venues, The Garage and the Theatre Royal Norwich, whilst always observing the green cross code! He completed his journey with a spot of afternoon tea at The Georgian Assembly House. How civilised.
Where's George? Episode 3
In episode three, George travelled a little further afield and explored the lovely city greenery that is Eaton Park. By-passing by the boating lake, mini-golf and football pitches, he was very brave and took to the ramps and slopes of the skate park like a true professional, even if his monobrow did get a little ruffled.
If you would like to appear in one of George's future adventures and for him to whizz past your workplace please do get in contact and we'll endeavour to make some room in his diary! Email George's PA, Debs, on firstname.lastname@example.org or drop us a tweet @esedirect. We'd love to hear from you.
Author Bio - Debs
Content, marketing, social, graphic design and PA to an unusual small red dragon.