SOME say that records are made to be broken - and these Cheshire residents did exactly that.

In light of the Guinness World Records 2022 being released today, here are six bizarre - but successful - world record attempts made across the county.

The fastest time to jump 10 hurdles by a llama

Caspa the llama completed the task in 13.96 seconds at Arley Hall.

Caspar, who is owned by Sue Williams, made this record official on September 6, 2017.

The animal also holds the record for the highest bar jump cleared by a llama - 1.13m - completed on June 14, 2015.

The fastest marathon in a two-person pantomime costume

Phil Cape and Roger Taylor completed a marathon in four hours, 35 minutes and four seconds dressed together as a pantomime horse.

The record took place in Chester on October 8, 2017.

The largest parade of ice cream vans

Edward Whitby organised a parade of 84 ice cream vans in Wychwood Park, Crewe, on October 16, 2018.

The vans could not be more than 10 metres apart or the attempt would have failed.

The most people headbanging simultaneously

This record was made at CarFest North in Bolesworth on July 29, 2018.

A total of 529 people joined in.

CarFest North also holds the record for the largest human image of a fleur-de-lis, consisting of 445 participants.

The fastest half marathon dressed as a gingerbread man (female)

Cat Dascendis ran the distance in one hour, 43 minutes and 49 seconds in Warrington for charity.

The largest sleepover/pyjama party

Girlguiding North West hosted a sleepover for 2,004 participants in Chester.

The record was made on September 27, 2014 as part of a weekend full of activities.