Sheffield Zumbathon

19th August 2012

We're holding a massive Zumba fundraising party - the Sheffield Zumbathon at Don Valley Stadium, on Sunday 8 July to support the British Heart Foundation's life-saving Mending Broken Hearts Appeal.

It's just £5 to register (children under 5 go free) and you'll get a 60 minute Zumba class with qualified instructors. Gates open from 10.30am for an 11.30am-1pm Zumba session. There's also a prize for the top fundraiser of the day. a voucher for two to Essence Spa at the Hilton, Sheffield, Victoria Quays - with use of all facilities including spa pool, sauna and steam room and a special treatment -Swedish back, neck and shoulder massage. Help us celebrate our 50th appeal by aiming to raise £50 sponsorship for our Mending Broken Hearts Appeal! The Mending Broken Hearts Appeal aims to fund research to help people like David Acaster who visited his GP with symptoms of a virus and was staggered to learn he was in urgent need of a heart transplant. Now his wife Valerie is urging other women across the city to support the BHF Zumbathon and raise funds to mend broken hearts. You are encouraged to wear RED on the day to show your support for the cause or, if you don't have anything red in your wardrobe, to dress in bright colours. To register visit or phone Lauren Mallinson on 07714 069126

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