Join us on the day where you will be able to watch the event take shape as we hope to have over 15,000 toy cars are laid. You will also be able to see the Pride & Joy car event where hundreds of vehicles will be on display and live demonstrations.
Children who donate 2 or more toy cars on the 5 May will receive half price entry. All the donated cars will be used to raise money for Naomi House & Jacksplace after the event.
The attempt has been officially approved by Guinness World Records with the record for ‘Longest Line of Toy Cars’ currently standing at 14,310. We want to smash this record and aim to have a continuous line of over 15,000 toy cars!
Beaulieu are currently taking donations for cars and there are collection points in regional Sainsbury’s stores, to see a list of participating Sainsbury’s stores click here and in Naomi House charity shops, to see a list of stores click here.
We will begin to lay the cars down from 10am. If you are bringing toy cars to donate to our attempt, please arrive before 1pm so that there is time for them to be added before adjudication begins. Remember – kids that bring two or more toy cars go half price!
We politely request that spectators do not touch or move any of the toy cars once they have been put in position. It is vital that the line is continuous, so any breaks in the line will result in this world record attempt being denied.
Naomi House & Jacksplace provides care to children and young adults with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions. They are open 24/7 365 days a year and offer respite care, emergency support, a hospice at home service and family support.
The National Motor Museum at Beaulieu features a special Caravan Club display and is the home of The Caravan Club archives.