Fitness instructors raise cash for worthy cause
A ROTHERHAM fitness instructor has raised over £3,000 for life saving research into Cystic Fibrosis - for the second time in four years.
Lisa Roberts, from Maltby, organised her first ‘step-a-thon’ in aid of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust in 2003 - and has just followed it up with a second one.
She organised the gruelling event at the Brooklands Club, Maltby, because her niece, Molly, suffers with Cystic Fibrosis, the UK’s most common, life-threatening inherited disease.
Lisa, who was helped by fellow instructors Gaynor Ibbs and Sarah Kemp, said: ‘It was a lot of hard work in the run up to the event and on the day too, but we had some fantastic support and I’m so pleased we managed to raise such a great amount once again’.
All the money raised will help fund research into treating and curing Cystic Fibrosis. It will also help provide support, advice and appropriate clinical care to the 8,000 babies, children and young adults with Cystic Fibrosis in the UK.