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Nottinghamshire Hospice - World Record Event-Why not Dress up as a Garden Gnome?…

Notts County Football Ground, Meadow Lane, Nottingham, NG2 3HJ
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Nottinghamshire Hospice - World Record Event
Why not Dress up as a Garden Gnome?…yes you read that right the first time
Nottinghamshire Hospice will be attempting to break a Guinness World Record for the ‘Largest Gathering of People Dressed as Garden Gnomes’.
The gates are opening at 11.30am and the attempt itself will take place at 12.30pm prompt.
The current record stands at 478 people, so we need you to urge your colleagues, friends and family to sign up for this fun and unique event.
Registration is just £5 per person (outfit not included)
One responsible adult can accompany up to 10 children up to 15 years.

All the money raised from this event will help us to raise funds to improve our garden facilities for our patients to enjoy.



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