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Getting behind Sport Relief? Tell us about it!

SPORT RELIEF Frazer Dickerson enjoys fundraising activities at St Andrew's church hall.

SPORT RELIEF Frazer Dickerson enjoys fundraising activities at St Andrew's church hall.

Davina McCall pushed herself to absolute limit during her Beyond Breaking Challenge for Sport Relief 2014.

But unlike her, you don’t have to run, swim and cycle from Edinburgh to London in seven days to take part.

All around Morley and the surrounding area people are planning their own running, swimming and cycling events to raise money for disadvantaged and vulnerable young people both at home and abroad.

Members of the Mini Movers children’s group kicked off held a morning of fun activities in aid of Sport Relief at St Andrew’s Church Hall on Friday.

And young gymnasts are donating money to the charity all week to dress as bees for their Tumble Bees classes at Woodkirk Valley Country Club.

Morley Observer and Advertiser editor Hannah Ridgeway said: “We want to know what you are getting up for Sport Relief.

“Send us your videos and pictures and the best could appear on our website and in the paper.

“Sport Relief is not about who is the fittest or fastest – it’s about taking part, having fun and raising money for a really worth while cause.”

Sport Relief 2014 takes place from Friday to Sunday.

Tell us about what you’ve got planned by emailing editorial@morleyobserver.co.uk or calling the newsroom on 0113 252 3456.

You can also send your pictures and videos into the team via Facebook, by searching for the Morley Observer and Advertiser page, or Twitter to @Morley_Ob.

 

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