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Record Breaking Challenge Going Ahead in Weymouth

Weymouth Town Centre

10:36am 30th November 2012

Do you want to be a record breaker?

The producers of Weymouth Pantomime at the Pavilion are putting on a giant treasure hunt in Weymouth Town Centre.

It's to celebrate the opening night of Jack and the Beanstalk on Saturday 15th December.

The existing world record for the largest Treasure Hunt Game is held by the Community House of Sanibel Community in Florida USA who involved 486 people in a treasure hunt game on 17 February 2012.  

The Treasure Hunt will include 20 businesses in and around Weymouth Town Centre which have been recruited by Nigel Reed, Chair of the Weymouth BID.  The Hunt will start at the Pavilion Theatre, Weymouth and wind its way down St Mary Street, into St Thomas Street and follow the last leg of the route back to the Sealife Tower and Weymouth Pavilion.    

The completed Treasure Hunt entries will be added to the Magic Beanstalk Banner which is on the walls of the Weymouth Pavilion nr the Ritz Cafe.  The Winning entry will be selected by the Panto cast members just before the first performance.  The Winners will be given VIP Tickets to the Pantomime for a family of four, a celebratory Panto tea and a trip up the Sealife Tower.

You can download a copy of the treasure map by clicking here.

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