Break records at Bury’s CurveMotion and help East Anglia’s air ambulance

CurveMotion's Tom Gooding and Sarah Burns get some training in for the record breaker weekend ANL-160617-160327001
CurveMotion's Tom Gooding and Sarah Burns get some training in for the record breaker weekend ANL-160617-160327001
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They are hoping to break some records at CurveMotion in aid of East Anglia’s Air Ambulance.

Next Saturday and Sunday the Bury St Edmunds indoor activity centre is hoilding a fundraising weekend at which visitors will be invited to take part in a range of fun world record attempts.

On Saturday, CurveMotion, in Lamdin Road, will attempt to beat the record of 254 for the Longest Roller Skating Conga Line and on Sunday, they will attempt to gather the Most People Dressed as a Dog, currently wagging its tails at 439.

Other record attempts available include the ‘fastest time to assemble Mr Potato Head as a team of two’, ‘most After 8s eaten in a minute with no hands’, and ‘most spoons balanced on a face’.

CurveMotion’s spokesperson said “The whole family can come along and participate. We hope that we can raise as much money as possible for EAAA.”

There will be a charge of £2.50 for each individual record attempt, and 50p for entry into the mass participation record attempts.

All profits from record attempts are to go to East Anglian Air Ambulance. Booking for the events is available online in advance of the weekend at the CurveMotion website www.curvemotion.com where there is a full list of records.