900,000 people across Africa have been treated with anti-malarial drugs
Run a mile with special guest Amber Hill
Sunday 18th March
Grab your family, friends, even your neighbours and run a mile with us to raise money at Bearwood Recreation ground. The Gym Team will motivate you through a 2:15pm fun warm-up before the start of the run at 2:30pm.
Team GB gold medal hope for Tokyo 2020, Skeet Shooter Amber Hill, is taking a break from her Commonwealth Games training to help motivate you. She’ll be there to encourage, support and get you to that finish line! All ages are welcome, parking available at Pulse 8 gym. Make sure to join our event on Facebook to let us know you’re coming, we can’t wait to see you there.
This event is open to all ages, members and non-members.
Donations to Sports Relief on the day please.
Billion Steps Challenge
You’re already clocking up steps, so why not make them count? Throughout the Sports Relief week, you’ll see step boxes pop up all over the gym. To help Sports Relief achieve their target for the Nation’s Billion Steps Challenge, make a note of your steps and let us know. Just jump on and get stepping!
You’ll also be able to clock up the steps from your classes, workouts and runs. Our team will be on-hand to collect your totals.
Cake Sale – Time to get baking…or eating!
We are looking for top bakers to donate their finest bakes to our Cake Sale and help us raise money. Bring in your cake on the morning of Monday 19th March to the Pulse 8 Cafe. If baking is not your strong point, why not indulge in a delicious sweet treat from our Cake Sale, all money will go to Sports Relief.
Whether you decide to get involved with all the events or just one of two, your support and donations will help support amazing projects and help promote positive change all over the world.
Since last year’s Sports Relief, the money raised has helped fund important projects:
3.4 million people in Africa have been helped with neonatal, maternal and child health funding
50,000 people in the UK have been helped with mental health problems