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Fitness Bootcamp

The Fitlife Project is hosting a fundraising 'Bootcampathon' on Saturday 18th July from 9.00am — 11.00am on Haddenham Playing Fields, on Woodways.

As well as providing an excellent fitness raising regime, the Bootcampathon will also be raising money in aid of Rennie Grove Hospice Care. Rennie Grove (Iain Rennie) provides hospice at home care for local people suffering from life-limiting illnesses

To help keep the energy levels up on Saturday, hot and cold drinks, naughty but nice snacks and Paleo snacks will be available to buy.

On offer are two hours of fun-filled high-intensity interval training style excises together with some fun games.

Tickets are £10 and available from:

  • Haddenham Library
  • Steve at Fitlife Project — 07500 838 966
  • Lucy Brooke — 07764 948 357
  • or purchased on the day

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