Ex-Hollyoaks star, Sarah Jayne Dunn, joined Cheshire Fitness on Saturday in Handforth for a workout with a difference in front of hundreds of shoppers.
The trainers put Sarah through her paces during a day of fitness demonstrations in the atrium of Marks and Spencer and Tesco, raising awareness of their forthcoming Big Boot Camp event in aid of The Children's Adventure Farm Trust.
Cheshire Fitness are aiming to get hundreds of people together for the event which will take place at Wilmslow High School on Saturday 31st March. They are aiming to raise as much as possible for the charity which provides holidays for local terminally ill, disabled and disadvantaged children. Hollyoaks star Sarah Jayne Dunn, who played Mandy Richardson in the soap for 10 years, will be amongst the participants in this unique event.
Helen Crowther, Fundraiser for the charity, joined Cheshire Fitness and Sarah on the day, she comments: "I was amazed at how hard everyone worked on Saturday, they really didn't stop! They're all so committed to helping the charity and the children we support, we really can't thank them all enough. Through sheer persistence they raised £236 on Saturday through donations and ticket sales, a great start and sign of things to come!"
The Big Boot Camp will be a fun and energetic outdoor fitness session for people of all ages (minimum age 16) and abilities. It will cost only £10 per person and all funds raised will go directly to The Children's Adventure Farm Trust. The event will be held at Wilmslow High School on Saturday 31st March. Participants are invited to meet at 11.30am for a 12noon start for the event which will last an hour and a half.
Tickets can be purchased ahead of the event from Barclays and Harper & Quinn in Wilmslow. For more information, contact Greg on 07971 824 790 or Glenn on 07886 432 658 All participants need to wear a red top to show they're supporting Cheshire Fitness and the Adventure Farm Trust, refreshments will be on sale.
More information about the charity can be found on their website www.caft.co.uk or by calling the Fundraising office on 01565 830 053