North Devon schools aim for Agadoo world record attempt on Red Nose Day
Pupils, staff and parents at two North Devon schools will be trying to set a new world record on Red Nose Day next week.
Wearing 1980s fancy dress they will be trying to set a record for the most people dancing simultaneously to the Black Lace hit Agadoo.
The event will happen at 9am on Friday March 15 in the playground at Northam's St George's Infants School.
It will involve children, teachers and parents from the school and from neighbouring St Margaret's Junior School.
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Di Miller, from St George's School, said she hoped more than 360 people would be involved to set the world record.
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