EDEN GOES FOR GUINNESS WORLD RECORD PICNIC ATTEMPT 2009: Anglia Midlands

EDEN GOES FOR GUINNESS WORLD RECORD PICNIC ATTEMPT

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be contacted on 0870 124 0866 Journalists can access stories via the Press Association wire service or online at: Find out about other community stories on: Visitors to the Eden Project are today taking part in an attempt to break the Guinness world record for the largest simultaneous picnic. The picnic, in conjunction with National Family Week, is just one of hundreds planned across the country. The event is part of Eden's half-term Global Garden Party celebrations, from May 23 to 31, when the centre will be heralding the coming summer with a variety of traditional fair games, including Reg Payne's award-winning Punch and Judy and the Cornish Legends show, which will be running every day at 11.30am and 3pm.

Visitors will be able to have their faces painted, get temporary tattoos, eat candyfloss, test their strength, try their luck on the coconut shy or indulge in that most traditional of fete fodder - tea and cake.

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