Wednesday, 1 July 2009

Swissball Classes for Breast Cancer Research

If you live in the Dorset area you can get fit and raise money for Breast Cancer Research at the same time. During the month of July, Lynn Hill is offering Swissball classes (exercise with a gym ball) to new clients at Ferndown Village Hall, Dorset for a suggested donation of £4, all of which will be donated to the charity. Lynn's regular clients have already raised £75 as of June 1st 2009.

To find out more contact Lynn or 01202 893640.

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Mike said...

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