Romford YMCA take on Pink Aerobics challenge in aid of Breast Cancer Campaign

Press release For immediate release: 01 October 2009 Press contact: Emily Snelling, Media Relations Officer, Breast Cancer Campaign, DD 0207 749 4102, Email: esnelling@breastcancercampaign.org Romford YMCA take on Pink Aerobics challenge in aid of Breast Cancer Campaign On Sunday 4 October participants at Romford YMCA will be perfecting their ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ moves in pink in aid of Breast Cancer Campaign. The Latino Aerobics session will take place from 5pm at the Romford YMCA, Rushgreen Road, RM7 OPH and supporters will push themselves to the limit with two hours of Pink Aerobics (Latino style) instructed by international work out star Chris Roberts. The YMCA is looking for as many people to take part as possible to fill the sports hall and raise hundreds for charity. The activity costs £5 to take part in and all of the money goes to Breast Cancer Campaign to help fund innovative world-class research. Sign up now at www.romfordymca.org tel: 01708 766 211 Roy Nixon local event organizer said “We are looking for a huge turnout at our Latino Pink Aerobics event. It’s a really simple way for people to get involved in fundraising without having to give up weeks of their life training. The event is open to women and men of all fitness levels; they can take part for as long as they are able. Support Breast Cancer Campaign by taking part on Sunday 4 October 2009, it’s the perfect way to get fit and help beat breast cancer”. Breast Cancer Campaign’s aim is to beat breast cancer by funding innovative world-class research to understand how breast cancer develops, leading to improved diagnosis, treatment, prevention and cure. If you would like to host your own Pink Aerobics event please visit www.pinkaerobics.com call 01980 671305 or email pinkaerobics@breastcancercampaign.org. Alternatively why not participate in the flagship Pink Aerobics event on Sunday 27 September in Regents Park, London. Join hundreds of women for al fresco aerobics and be part of the pinkest fitness activity ever. ENDS Notes to editors • Breast Cancer Campaign aims to beat breast cancer by funding innovative world-class research to understand how breast cancer develops, leading to improved diagnosis, treatment, prevention and cure • The charity currently funds 101 projects worth14.2 million in 41 locations across the UK and Ireland • Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK and accounts for nearly one in three of all cancers in women • In the UK, nearly 46,000 new cases of breast cancer are diagnosed each year - that’s 125 a day • Visit www.breastcancercampaign.org or www.pinkaerobics.com

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