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The Camping and Caravanning Club is urging campers to celebrate National Camping and Caravanning Week (June 2-8) and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee by pitching up and taking part in a Guinness World Records Attempt!
The Club is endeavouring to set a Jubilee-themed World Record for the ‘most people wearing paper crowns across multiple locations’ on Monday, June 4 with Guinness World Records zones being set up on each of the Club’s 110 award-winning campsites and 20 Camping in the Forest sites.
Unique paper crowns will be provided but the Club is encouraging campers to get into the Jubilee spirit and dress in full regal attire to mark the occasion!
The campaign attempt was officially launched by England’s own celeb-alike royals - Posh and Becks. Check out the royal couple in action!
Celebrity botanist and Club President David Bellamy will also be taking part at the hub location on the day, Sandringham Club Site, aptly located within the Sandringham Royal Estate. A Guinness World Records official adjudicator will be present to oversee the attempt and hopefully announce the record!
You can check out the pre-event Facebook page here and pledge your allegiance to the record attempt: https://www.facebook.com/thefriendlyclub/app_432827910077213?ref=ts