Present were Managing Director of BSP, Mr Ken Marnoch as the guest of honour, and President of the Beach Bunch, Awang Rizan Latif. Also taking part in the cleaning campaign were BSP staff, their families, students from various schools, namely Jefri Bolkiah College of Engineering, Perdana Wazir Secondary School, Sekolah Vocational Sultan Bolkiah and a school from Tutong District, Tumpuan Telisai Primary School. On the other hand, also joining hands were members of the private sector and BSP contractors such as Mashhor Group of Companies and Swiss Hotel Apartment. — Borneo Bulletin
“The BSP Managing Director in an interview with the Bulletin noted that it is high time for people to start changing their mindset and be responsible to keep the environment clean towards creating a better society.”
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The current world record for Most People Dressed As Sunflowers — 229 pupils and staff at Thorndown Infant and Junior Schools in St Ives, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom. Previous record was 116 set at The Nursery on the Green in London. Now, who would have thought little known Hornbill School that’s dedicated to children of the British army, tucked in the confines of the British Garrison would someday ‘kick arse’ and put Seria on the world map. The attempt to break the record was the brainchild of Daz King and Kris Sanders, two military personnel based at the British Army Garrison in Seria. Subject to confirmation by The Guinness Book of World Records, Hornbill School’s incredible turn out of 575 people dressed as sunflowers trounced all previous records by a whopping 251%. Well done, Hornbill School — I’m excited and hope the record gets into the Guinness world record books. This blog post is my 600th, no world record here but a significant milestone no less!
The large majority of this number was made up of the staff and children of Hornbill School, who had worked feverishly all week (in between lessons, of course!) to make the costumes for the record attempt.