Tenth annual Workoutathon raises over £4,300 for charity supporting young people with disabilities

Rainbow Hub is delighted with the success of their Tenth Annual Workoutathon which hasraised over £4,300 helping the Mawdesley based charity support children and young peoplewith physical and neurological disabilities.
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Ninety people took part in the event, supported by Fletchers Group which took place in The Great Room, Preston North End Football Club last month.

Their stamina was tested with three hours of back-to-back energetic workout classes run by some of Lancashire's top fitness instructors. Challenging but fun sessions included Combat and Attack, HIIT, Zumba, Rockbox and Body Balance.

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Kat Nelson, Head of Fundraising at Rainbow Hub, said, "Well done to everyone who took part part and our sincere thanks go to some of Lancashire's top fitness instructors including Rachel Burrows, Rachel Holland, Steve Jenkinson, Kurt Mcdonnell, Joanne Berends-Sheriff and Vicky Jones who gave giving up their time to run the classes. Special thanks as well to Preston North End for providing the venue, to Walkers and Freshview Foods for supplying the refreshmments and Gareth Edwards Photography for capturing the day. The event was a great success and we couldn't do it without you all."

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Rainbow Hub's next big event will be the Annual Ramble which will take place on Saturday 20th April starting at Bishop Rawstorne School, Croston. If you would like to join in you will find details and entry forms at https://www.rainbowhub.org/event/rainbowramble/

To find out more about Rainbow Hub and the amazing work they do

visit the web site www.rainbowhub.org/ or follow them on social media @rainbowhubnw

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