Posted on April 16, 2013
I met Emily, founder of www.khushifeet.org.uk, way back last year at the Faversham Festival. If I recall, it was hailstoning then … and unbelievably, the snow returned for Khushi Feet’s flash mob launch at the end of March!
The group moved around different locations in Faversham, starting at the train station and then working their way through town. Whilst dancing at the swimming pool, it snowed but luckily by the time that the group made it to the Alexander Centre, the sun was shining!
The idea was to launch, and to publicise, the world record attempt (you can find out more and register here. It’s on 29 June 2013 and is in the grounds of the Abbey School in Faversham.
My family popped down to Faversham to see the spectacle and my six year old niece just had to have a shot with Khushi the Cow!
I would strongly urge you, if you are free that day, to register online and to join in. If you can’t make it, maybe you could still show your support by making a donation. Videos showing the dance are available too and the whole attempt is being led by Ash Mukherjee and is a realistic attempt at breaking the current world record, more details of which are on the Guinness World Record website.
Can they do it? Only if there is enough support. Share, comment, donate and join in. And I’ll see you there!