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Buckinghamshire residents are to attempt to break a world record for the longest ever conga line while in superhero fancy dress costumes.

The Iain Rennie Hospice at Home is hoping that more than 1,000 people will turn out for the annual Goodnight Walk, which last year raised more than £100,000 for the charity.

Helen Mariner from the hospice said that as the event is all about having a good time, it makes sense to ask walkers to wear fancy dress costumes.

She told the Bucks Free Press: "We receive amazing support from the local communities in

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You might not expect to see staff wearing Iron Man fancy dress costumes if you’re spending a pleasant afternoon in the garden centre.

But that’s exactly what customers at Bridgemere Garden World in Crewe can expect this weekend.

Employees will be carrying out a charity car wash on the premises on Saturday and Sunday, while wearing fancy dress costumes.

All of the money raised will go towards Greenfingers, a national charity which creates nice gardens at children’s hospices.

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People in Cumbria have been wearing Michael Jackson fancy dress costumes to help raise money for charity.

Friends of Andrea Thompson helped her celebrate her 40th birthday with a special themed party, which involved raising funds for good causes.

Cancer Research was one of Ms Thompson’s chosen beneficiaries, along with the British Heart Foundation (BHF), reports the Whitehaven News.

This week, representatives of the heart charity visited Ms Thompson to acknowledge her charitable efforts.

She was

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Emilie Fleming may be best known for sporting what looked like a Dorothy fancy dress costume on BBC One’s Over the Rainbow, but we could be seeing her in other roles soon.

The teenager had hoped to take a starring role in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s West End musical of The Wizard of Oz, but lost out at the weekend.

However, Emilie believes she has learned a great deal from her experience on the TV show and will eventually get to take to the stage.

"Whatever happens, I’m not going to stop," she

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Superhero fancy dress and other costumes are likely to be in demand in Buckinghamshire, as a charity is aiming to break a world record.

Iain Rennie Hospice at Home is staging its annual eight-mile walk in the area next month and will be hoping to improve on last year’s £120,000 fundraising total.

However, organisers want to try something different this year – to get more than 1,000 people wearing fancy dress costumes and doing a conga.

If they are successful, they could break a world record in the process, as well as fill the

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