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Weekly Edition - Published 29 August 2015


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Local Restaurant Strives to Become a Record Breaker

TOBY Carvery in Southport is attempting to become Guinness World Record holders for the largest online photo album of roast dinners. As the team at the restaurant on Liverpool Road celebrate their 30th Birthday, they are asking guests to get involved in the challenge to become record breakers by uploading pictures of their roast dinner to the album hosted on Toby Carvery's website and smash the target.

The roast dinner album must reach 50,000 photos in order to be named successful in their attempt, but Alexandra Wheelton, manager at Toby Carvery Ainsdale, has no doubts that a nation of roast dinner lovers won't have any problems completing the contest.   Alexandra Wheelton said that:- "Britain is a nation that loves a hearty roast dinner so I'm sure we will have no problem setting this title. We really value our guests and want to involve them in our 30th birthday celebrations. Everyone who uploads an image can say they were part of a world record attempt, which is really great."

Each person that submits an image to the Guinness World Record attempt will receive voucher to get 2 course, for just £6.50, so they can indulge in more tasty roasts and celebrate their efforts in helping to crown Toby Carvery king of the roast dinner. Entrants are also invited to join the world record attempt conversation online with the hashtag #RecordBreakingRoast.  To continue their birthday celebrations, customers can also look forward to reading through a list of '30 facts about roast dinners', compiled by Toby Carvery.  Locals who want to join Toby Carvery on their world record quest simply need to upload a picture of their roast dinner to WorldRecord.TobyCarvery.Co.UK. Roast dinner images can be uploaded to the site from Friday, 28 August to Saturday, 12 September 2015 and must include a plate of the following items:- 1) meat (turkey, gammon, pork, beef or nutroast), 2) roast potatoes or mashed potatoes, 3) Yorkshire pudding, 4) vegetables and 5) gravy. Toby Carvery believes there's only one way to do Great British Roast and that's properly. Food is always freshly prepared at Toby to satisfy your carvery craving. You can choose from a selection of tender, slow cooked meats, ten lots of veg, including crispy, ruffled roasties, and all the trimmings.  With over 160 locations across the UK and over 30 years' experience of laying on a family sized feast, you can be sure that Toby Carvery is home of the roast.


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