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Rednal youngsters participate in world record attempt
3:10pm Friday 13th September 2013 in News
REDNAL youngsters have been taking part in a world record attempt supporting a children’s charity.
Youngsters from St Stephen’s Playgroup joined the national paper dolls world record attempt, which took place to celebrate the launch of The Paper Dolls children’s book.
The record attempt was to create the longest ever chain of paper dolls, with the aim of beating the previous record of three kilometres.
The Rednal youngsters from the group, based at St Stephen’s Church, were challenged to colour in their dolls using a choice of colouring utensils including paints, crayons, and felt tip pens.
It was also for a worthwhile cause as for every doll sent in the book’s publishers promised to donate money to the Save the Children charity.
Julie Kite-Lightfoot, the playgroup’s manager, said: “The children really enjoyed making choices of colour, texture and design on their paper dolls.
“We are looking forward to hearing if the children helped make a new Guinness world record.”
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