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Charity Football Match on Sunday 17th November 2019
This event is for Children in Need. Money will be raised by holding an 11-a-side football match between Barrow Raiders Rugby players versus Barrow Celebrities.
There will be a Guinness World Record attempt at the most Conical hats (party hat) worn in one place. Hats will be supplied.
WE NEED 1200 people to break the record.
12pm. GATES OPEN
1pm - RECORD ATTEMPT
1:30pm KICK OFF
THERE WILL BE ENTERTAINMENT WHILE THE CROWD IS BEING ASSEMBLED.
This an event for the FAMILY that should not be missed.
Magicians - face painters - balloon sculptures - other entertainers needed!! Please get in touch.
WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT -
Guinness world record attempt for the most conical hats ie (party hat) in one place at the same time the record at the moment is 1161 , so to beat it we need at least 1200 people by 12:00 outside the ground. The football match will take place after the attempt, So lets make it happen and put barrow on the map.
This attempt is subject to rules and regulations by the Guinness record world company. so there will be videos and photographs taken for evidence so that the company can verify the attempt.
So if you AGREE to any person UNDER the age of 18 to take part in the attempt a form is to
be signed BY A PARENT OR GUARDIAN with date and contact details on the day of the event.
It is important that this is read the above as it is part of the evidence FOR THE RECORD ATTEMPT as they will ask where you read the information. Thank you for taking the time to read this please and like, share , follow, and state going to event so can get a feel of how many will attend hopefully we will smash it.
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