Drayton Manor has gone into the history books for recording the longest scream by a crowd of people whilst maintaining 80 decibels.
The scream lasted for 8 minutes and 45 seconds.
Drayton Manor theme park in Tamworth has 'screamed' into the record books today.
Over three thousand people gathered in the park this morning to record the longest scream by a crowd of people, maintaining 80 decibels for eight minutes and 45 seconds.
The previous record stood at just two minutes and five seconds.
Not content with one Guinness World Record the park also reclaimed the record for the largest gathering of people wearing onesies with 3,152.
Colin Bryan, the park's Group CEO and Managing Director, said:
The atmosphere today has been electric and for the second year running the weather has been in our favour. Seeing such a huge crowd gathered in their onesies was quite a spectacle, and there were some very interesting styles!
A man suffered serious internal injuries when his car crashed in Staffordshire in the early hours of today.
The man was found collapsed on the ground away from his car, which had landed around five metres down an embankment off Trinity Road, Kingsbury, Tamworth.
The crash happened shortly before 2am today.
The man was treated for internal injuries and given an anaesthetic at the scene, before being taken to the major trauma centre at the University Hospital of Coventry and Warwickshire.
The hospital was pre-warned and medics were on standby for his arrival.
A care assistant from Tamworth has won a 'Young Slimmer of the Year' award after losing 11 stone in 11 months.
Melissa Bridges decided to lose weight after she spent her 21st birthday waiting for an MRI scan following a suspected stroke.
A woman from Tamworth has won a 'Slimmer of the Year' award after losing 11 stone in 11 months.
Having spent most of her life overweight it was health problems that forced Melissa Bridges to change her lifestyle and lose weight.
Her 21st birthday was spent waiting for an MRI scan after a suspected stroke, but doctors now say she is healthy.
A care home assistant from Tamworth has won an award for losing weight.
Melissa Bridges won the Rosemary Conley Young Slimmer of the Year after shedding 11st 3lb and enduring years of taunts.
A crash involving six vehicles on the M6 Toll motorway in the West Midlands is causing long delays.
The incident happened on the southbound side of the road, at JT3 A38 (Tamworth/Sutton Coldfield).
The family of three people who died in a collision near Tamworth on December 6 have paid tribute to them.
Margaret Helen Stewart, 42, died when the car she was driving collided with a lorry.
Two teenage passengers, 16-year-old Damien Stewart of Kingsbury and 15-year-old Dion Walker-Smith of Tamar, Wilnecote also died in the collision.
The family have issued the following statement:
"There are no words that can be said to explain the absolute devastation we feel right now, Our lives will never ever be the same, they were cruelly taken from us far too soon. We will miss them all so much, and they will be forever in our hearts.
"We have truly been touched by the support shown and wish to thank everyone."
Police continue to investigate the collision.
Tamworth have been knocked out of the FA Cup, following a 2-1 defeat at home to League One side Bristol City.
Sam Baldock scored in the 83rd minute, to add to Jay Emmanuel-Thomas' first half opener for Bristol City, to make it 2-0, and out of sight for Conference side Tamworth.
The home side did manage to score a late goal through Andy Todd, but it was not enough to put them into the Third Round draw, which takes place shortly.
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Tamworth incident in Ninian Way, incident has been sectorised 2 sectors in use