Listen: Fulwood school waits to see if it has set nativity world record

Posted on - 23rd December, 2013 - 9:00am | Author - | Posted in - Christmas, Fulwood, Preston News
Pupils from Archbishop Temple in the Nativity

Pupils from Archbishop Temple in the Nativity

Nearly a thousand pupils, teachers, parents and friends attempted to break a world record last week at a Preston school.


On Wednesday 18 December pupils at Archbishop Temple School in Fulwood got together to set the record for the most people at a living nativity play.

You can listen to the Preston FM report from the world record attempt.

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Headteacher Gill Jackson said she was “immensely proud” of everyone who took part.

The current record is 845 people and the school will have to wait six weeks to find out if they have been successful.

The nativity bid has been featured in national and local media, with the Lancashire Evening Post, BBC Lancashire and the Daily Mail all featuring it.

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