Join charity bootcamp to boost the Milton Keynes Mad About Harry appeal

A charity bootcamp fitness session is being held to boost the Mad About Harry fundraising appeal.

Monday, 28th January 2019, 12:36 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th February 2019, 7:28 pm

The fun fitness class, to be held at Fulbrook School, Woburn Sands, on February 10, is raising money to support 10-year old Harry Banks who needs ground-breaking treatment in New York and Barcelona for a rare cancer.

Harry, aged ten, has Neuroblastoma, an aggressive and rare children’s cancer. He has been in remission for two and a half years but in November 2018 Harry’s family were given the news that he had suffered a relapse and needed emergency operation to remove the tumour from his brain. Neuroblastoma has one of the lowest survival rates of all childhood cancers, and a relapse, affecting the central nervous system, is very rare.

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“We’re proud to be hosting a class which will help towards raising vital finds for saving Harry.”

The two-hour session is designed for all levels of fitness and ages, including children.

It will take place from 10am–12pm with Matt leading the bootcamp alongside a team of local fitness trainers from Encore Fitness, Prolete, Shear Fitness Personal Training, Catherine Wilkins Fitness and Robbie Mottershead.

Tickets cost a minimum of £10 with all proceeds being donated to Mad about Harry appeal.There is no need to pre-book, people are asked to just turn up on the day and make a donation.

The charity bootcamp aims to help raise more awareness and funds for the appeal which has already raised £207,000.

For those who can’t attend but want to donate, visit: