Can you help Norfolk break a Guinness World Record?
PUBLISHED: 14:12 02 July 2018 | UPDATED: 08:42 05 July 2018
Norfolk Day will go down in history. Not only as the first ever but it may also go into the record books as a Norfolk council attempts to break a Guinness World Record.
To celebrate the UK’s first Norfolk Day, South Norfolk Council are giving people the chance to get into the Guinness Book of Records by dressing up as hares.
The Council is inviting people to join them at the Broads Authority’s Totally Broads Day at Whitlingham on Friday, July 27 to attempt to break the world record for the largest gathering of people dressed as hares.
South Norfolk Council’s Deputy Leader Michael Edney said: “We hope as many people as possible can join us on the first Norfolk Day and help us get into the record books.
“It’s going to be a fantastic day of celebration across the county and we are proud to be part of it.”
The Broads Authority will be running activities between 11am and 3pm for all ages to enjoy including trails, treasure hunts, face painting, arts and crafts.
From 1pm-2pm the Council will be attempting the world record outside the visitor centre.
Mr Edney added: “There are so many things that make South Norfolk a wonderful place to live and visit, this is a great chance for us to celebrate them in the Broads National Park.”
To join in and be a record breaker, visitors will need to wear any rabbit or hare ears, a tail and 12 whiskers, which can be painted on.
Councillor Edney added: “Come along, have a great day and get into the record books.
“You’ll also be able to find out all about our brand new virtual reality heritage trails in Wymondham, which start at Henry, our GoGo Hare on the Market Place.”
The very first Norfolk Day, led by the EDP and Norwich Evening News in partnership with BBC Radio Norfolk, will take place on Friday, July 27.
To let us know details of your Norfolk Day event email firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet @norfolk or message the Norfolk Day Facebook page.
For more information visit www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/norfolkday