Cancer charity jumping for joy after ((BOUNCE)) fitness fans in Royston and around Herts raise more than £4,500

PUBLISHED: 17:51 25 November 2016

Bounce instructors.

Bounce instructors.

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A cancer charity is jumping for joy after learning more than £4,500 has been raised in six months through trampoline exercise classes, some of which were held in Royston.

Since launching a partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support in May, ((BOUNCE)) has been donating 5p to the cause every time someone signs up to a class.

Royston instructor Claire Hughes and instructors in other areas have also been holding fundraisers to meet their year target of £15,000, with a quiz night raising £1,230.

Macmillan’s Herts fundraising manager Kerry Cunnane said: “The amount of money they have raised in their first six months is amazing.” Go to macmillan.org.uk for more on the charity and to book a class to go www.bouncefitbody.com.


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