Save The Children create new world record on Christmas Jumper Day

SAVE The Children created a new world record this morning by getting people across the nation to wear Christmas jumpers and jump simultaneously together.

Throughout England 305 participators gathered at six Oxygen FreeJumping sites including Wigan, Leeds, London and Derby, to take part in the event in aid of the charity’s Christmas Jumper Day.

Fay Hoyland, Senior PR Manager for Save The Children, said: “The world record helps us to make Christmas Jumper Day famous. It is a really silly way to raise money for a really serious cause.

“Just by putting on a stupid sweater and having some fun with your friends, you can raise money to help save the lives of children all across the world”…

(I also helped with the filming, framing, script writing and editing on this news package).

Read more here.


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