Burnham youngsters invited to join nationwide trampolining
in the Burnham-On-Sea area have this been invited to sign up to
take part in a nationwide charity challenge that aims to get one
million people bouncing across the country on the same day.
from the area are being encouraged to take part in the National
Get Britain Bouncing Day on June 27th to help raise funds for
the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
Laura Gallagher, pictured, who is a world and European medallist,
is supporting and helping with the campaign.
Schofield of Super Tramp, which is sponsoring the safe trampolining
campaign, explained: "National Get Britain Bouncing Day is
an awareness day to promote the benefits of bouncing. We need
to get as many back garden bouncers involved as possible if we
are going to meet our goal of getting one million bouncing."
people need to do is get their parents to register by visiting
www.getbritainbouncing.org.uk and then have a bounce during the
day on June 27th. We are suggesting everyone who takes part gives
a £1 donation to the Cystic Fibrosis Trust."
if you don't have a garden trampoline at home you can still get
involved, people can bounce on a space hopper or pogo stick or
even just jump on the spot."
taking part in National Get Britain Bouncing Day will be helping
the Cystic Fibrosis Trust to raise awareness of the importance
of improving processes for lung transplants, giving people a better
chance of life."
Britain Bouncing is a campaign designed to promote the many benefits
Team GB trampolinist Laura Gallagher, pictured, who is a world
and European medallist, is supporting and helping with the campaign