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Tress in Eastleigh Tress in Eastleigh Ray Bellinger

Post Published 23 May 2018

UPDATE: World record attempt now at 12.30 due to England World Cup game!


Dress as a tree to protect ancient woodland and help smash a world record. 

Do you want to be an official record breaker?  If so then join ADD ( Action Against Destructive Development) in their record attempt to bring together as many people as possible dressed as trees!
This fun family event, on 7 July, is to help draw attention to the threat posed to seven ancient woodlands in Eastleigh’s Local Plan.

Go along and support this cause on 7 July from 12.30pm at Stoke Park Junior School, Underwood Road, Bishopstoke, SO50 6GR.
Dress according to Guinness guidelines: brown trousers, green top and headdress with branches and leaves on it (these can be fake or the real thing). 
The current world record of 1,000 ‘trees’ is held by the people of Mubai, India. Can the people of South Hampshire do better?
Minimum £1 donation per individual participating.
For more information on this amazing attempt then contact Charlotte Adcock at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

  

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