If being part of a Guinness world record is on your wish list, here’s your chance.
In Camden they want to end the lockdown with a bang by breaking the world record for the biggest online trivia event in the world.
Sunday, October 10, now looks like being the last day of this current lockdown and Camden Council doesn’t want it to pass unnoticed.
And, of course, they need your help to make sure they break the current record and enter Camden’s name in the Guinness book of records.
So, to break this record more than 1,623 participants need to complete all the trivia questions and actively take part in the quiz for the whole time between 6 and 7.30pm on October 10.
According to the rules, you are considered a participant based on your log in details – so, for example, if a family of four takes part on one computer, they are considered one participant.
Residents can register multiple members of their family on multiple devices to add to the number of participants, however they must complete all questions and actively participate in the entire quiz for the whole time.
Mayor of Camden, Cr Therese Fedeli, said a united Camden community can create history from the comfort of their own homes.
“Camden residents have shown they love getting behind exciting, heart-felt initiatives and working together, and this has really shone through during the harder times of the pandemic. I have no doubt this attempt will be no different,” Cr Fedeli said.
“We are lucky enough to have so much history in our area and it is so exciting to be aiming to break a Guinness world records title and have Camden in yet another historical book.
“This attempt is about showing how well we can stick together while having fun and making it a fantastic final hurrah that we will all remember for years to come.
“I encourage everyone to register themselves to take part in the online quiz. I am confident we can give this a real go. Let’s go, Camden!”
Registrations for the quiz are being hosted by Corporate Challenge Events on behalf of Council.
For more information and to register, go to bit.ly/camdenworldrecord