Welsh town bakes 2,300 jam tarts for world record

  • 1 May 2015
Record attempt Image copyright Simon Burrows

A Welsh town hopes to have smashed a jammy world record that might have made The Queen of Hearts proud.

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Alice in Wonderland, the people of Llandudno baked a huge 2,300 jam tarts.

Then a total of 1,500 of them were laid next to one another to break the record for the longest line of jam tarts.

Llandudno used to be a holiday spot for Alice Liddell, the little girl thought to be the inspiration behind Lewis Carroll's famous story.

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Image caption 1,500 tarts were needed to break the record breaking attempt

It's not yet confirmed that the record's been broken - so the jammy bakers will have to wait and see!

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Image caption Alice Liddell spent her family holidays in Llandudno

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