Members of Ultimate Fitness Cheshire will compete in ‘It’s a Knockout’ on Sunday 15 September at Bowdon Cricket Club to raise funds for Children’s Adventure Farm Trust (CAFT).

Ultimate Fitness Cheshire were crowned champions at last year’s event, and this year they hope to retain their title, as well as raise as much sponsorship as possible for the charity CAFT which provides a variety of adventure programmes for terminally ill, disabled and disadvantaged children in the North West.

Mike Wood, owner of Ultimate Fitness commented: “It’s a Knockout is a great way for our members to come together and have some fun with competitive, team building games. We are absolutely delighted to kick off our fundraising with several hundred pounds in sponsorship.

“The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust is such an incredible organisation, helping children with life limiting conditions and their families in so many ways.”

The team would like to say a big thank you to their corporate sponsors who include: Max Telecoms, CDL, Peugeot Booths of Ditton, The Hollies Farm Shop, Natwest as well as some generous personal sponsors.

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