Royal Air Force Air Cadets from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron were out in force in support of a Guinness World Record attempt to hold the largest ever circuit fitness session.
The Cadets were on hand to guide 1,258 people who turned out for the World Record attempt that raised £15,000 for Georgie's Gift, a charity set up in the name of toddler Georgie Hall, who cruelly lost her life to meningitis.
Sadly the Guinness Word Record attempt fell short by just over 800 people, however that didn’t put a damper on a truly amazing day.
Matt Hall, who set who set up the Georgie's Gift charity said, “It’s been an amazing day, it was really good to see so many people giving up their time for us. We would like to thank everyone who came, not only those who took part in the record attempt but everyone who helped out with the organisation”.
Flight Lieutenant Paul Hincks, Officer Commanding 121 Squadron, added, “As always, our cadets and staff have shown their support for a truly worthwhile local charity. We understand that there will be another attempt at the Word Record sometime soon and I hope that we will be available to support any such attempt. I would take this opportunity to thank all the cadets and the staff who turned out in support of their local community and Georgie's Gift.”