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Four of the OSF's crack firebreathing team joined 66 others from all over the country to try to beat the World Mass Firebreathing record - previously held by 50 Scandinavians.

On this rare occasion, and with the help of the Granada TV and Guinness Records people, Stonehenge in Wiltshire was opened up to us and provided a fantastic floodlit backdrop for the attempt.

After sunset, the torchlit procession round the stones ended with a full minutes continuous 'flame out' by the 70 strong throng which could apparently be seen from Salisbury some miles away. In spite of a particularly strong wind, the official Guinness observer declared it a new World Record.

Screened - September 2004

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