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Want to be in the Guinness World Records? Get to South Woodford on Sunday

13:03 13 December 2012

Get into the Guinness World Record books by going along to a church in South Woodford taking part in an attempt to smash the largest number of people singing carols at once.

St Mary’s Church, High Road, South Woodford, will be taking part in the nationwide carol sing song on Sunday at 7pm. There will be a special service before the record attempt at 6.30pm.

They will join thousands of people around the country singing the same five carols at once.

The Rev Ian Tarrant said: “It will be great to be part of a national challenge while enjoying festive carols in our church.”

They will be trying to smash the previous record of 18,114 people.

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