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Get free entry to Drayton Manor on Saturday by wearing morphsuits for world record attempt

By SonyaBritton  |  Posted: May 16, 2012

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Enjoy dressing up in skin tight, all-in-one outfits? Then get to Drayton Manor Theme Park, in Tamworth, on Saturday, and help set a record!
This Saturday, May 19, at 12pm, Drayton Manor is aiming to set a Guinness World Record for the most number of people wearing morphsuits gathered in any one place at the same time.
Made from stretchy spandex, morphsuits cover the entire body from head to toe and are specially designed to allow the wearer to see out, but people can't see in.
As part of Drayton Manor's Morphsuit Mayhem, the park is offering free entry to anyone who wears red, blue or yellow suits, the colours of the park's logo. People who wear different coloured costumes will receive discount entry, paying just £5.
At least 250 people will be needed to don the all-in-one outfits in order to set new a record. This will be the second year that Drayton Manor has held the event. Last year's effort was thwarted by heavy rain, but 114 morphs still braved the elements and turned out providing some excellent entertainment for park visitors.
Colin Bryan, the park's managing director, said: "People wear these morphsuits for all sorts of occasions, from sporting events and music festivals to nights out, so the sight of a theme park full of people wearing these suits will be a real spectacle. We hope people will back our attempt and come out in force for what should be a memorable and record breaking day."
To receive free entry, or £5 discount, participants must wear their suits on arrival at the park, though their faces must not be covered. Following the record attempt, the morphs will be able to spend the rest of the day in the park.
Visit http://www.draytonmanor.co.uk/park-guide.php?sub=world-record-attempts for further details about the event or register your attendance on the Facebook page, www.facebook.com/draytonmanorpark.
Drayton Manor would love to hear from any members of the public who would like to use the park as a venue for their own world record attempt. Please email sundeep@gough.co.uk with your proposal.

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