Sweet Smell of Success For Chiswick Business Park

As they make Guinness World Record history creating largest ever Smarties mural

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Chiswick Business Park enjoyed the sweet smell of success this week when they managed to make Guinness World Record history by creating the world’s largest mural made entirely from sweets.

Throughout this week, guests at Chiswick Park used 250,000 Smarties to create a mural depicting major London landmarks including The London Eye, Big Ben, The Royal Albert Hall and Wembley Stadium. The finished result totalled nearly 500 sq ft when it was completed on Friday 25th July.

Over 4,000 office workers at the Park, which is home to companies such as Discovery, Foxtons and Paramount, worked to complete the mural using all of the different Smarties colours which was unveiled in front of an official Guinness World Record adjudicator to verify the project’s success.

The event marked the official start of Britain’s six week summer holiday and aims to promote London to visitors to enjoy the spectacular attractions of the Capital. The mural is designed to encourage people to make the most of what the city has to offer, highlighting London’s major landmarks and iconic buildings.

Frank Chambers, Adjudicator for Guinness World Records said, “The Chiswick Park mosaic is really fabulous - you can see the Smarties colours all the way through the park. Fantastic team work, really well done.”


July 26, 2008