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Bury St Edmunds hospital charity invites you to take part in world record attempt




Hospital CEO Steve Dunn joins charity fund-raisers Sue Smith and Sally Daniels in record appeal
Hospital CEO Steve Dunn joins charity fund-raisers Sue Smith and Sally Daniels in record appeal

A hospital charity is attempting its first ever world record attempt whilst trying to raise vital funds for a new piece of equipment.

The West Suffolk Hospital Charity is aiming to get the highest number of people in one place playing inflatable guitars – at Hardwick Heath, Bury St Edmunds, from 1-3pm on May 21.

Participants will be asked to make a £3 donation for a guitar and will be able to play along to live music on the day.

Money raised will go towards purchasing a Sherlock Machine for the hospital’s medical treatment unit.

Fund-raising manager Sue Smith said: “We are so excited to be putting on this event. It’s something just a little different that everyone of all ages can participate in, a real fun family affair.”

Anyone interested in taking part should email fundraising@wsh.nhs.uk

Volunteers are also needed. Call 01284 712952 or visit www.wsh.nhs.uk/charity



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