The record definition is for the “largest number of persons dressed as sunflowers at a single venue”. For the purpose of this record, it is imperative that all participants abide strictly by the following rules:
1. all participants must wear green clothing (follow tips below);
2. all participants must wear a headdress around the face or on the head. The headdress must have large yellow petals on a brown band/cord to represent the sunflower head (follow tips below);
3. participants may also paint their faces yellow/brown but this is not a requirement;
4. all participants must be in position simultaneously and remain so for a minimum of 5 minutes; and,
5. for the protection of the turf pitch, no pointed heels will be allowed.
- Attire: Participants can wear trousers, shorts or tights, t-shirts, shirts, tops, jumpers or dresses.
- Clothing can be in any shade of green. Alternatively, participants can wear green garbage bags. It is important that attire does not consist of a pot as part of the costume.
- The School can provide green garbage bags (from Ms Sue and Mr Brian’s office) against a donation to Hospice Malta;
- the School can order unisex t-shirts at the price of €2.50 (kindly contact Ms Natasha La Rosa, Senior School Admin office);
- shop in Triq in-Naxxar, San Gwann (Felicity) is supplying the following items:green tights at €2.75 (in sizes 2-4, 4-6 and 6-8 years); green t-shirts for kids at €4.95 (in sizes 2-13 years); green t-shirts for adults at €5.95 (in sizes S, M, L and XL)
- Headdress: The headdress can be made of cardboard or of fabric, as long as it has large yellow petals on a brown band/cord – template is available from class.