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Tower Hamlets kids set hopscotch world record

Children from four Tower Hamlets' schools teamed up with Bupa employees at the O2 to set a new hopscotch Guinness World Record.

As part of Bupa's Global Challenge 2011, children from Marion Richardson, Manorfield, Kobi Nazrul and Our Lady's primary schools set a new Guinness World Record for the most people playing hopscotch simultaneously.

The worldwide initiative aims to get more than 35,000 people moving across the globe during June to raise awareness on the benefits of exercise in helping to reduce the risk of developing long-term diseases. Bupa’s Global Challenge is helping people live longer, healthier, happier lives.

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