"OK! Magazine is covering the day after Richard Desmond himself personally
asked editor Mark Moody to contact Scott to show his support."
CELEBRITY v CIVILIAN CHARITY BOOT CAMP
AT HALE COUNTRY CLUB & SPA
WHEN? - 29th January 2012, 10.30am - 12am
WHERE? - Hale Country Club and Spa, Clay Lane, Timperley
WHAT? – All Cheshire residents invited to join Coronation Street and Emmerdale stars for a celebrity vs. civilian charity bootcamp
Cheshire residents are invited to join a host of Coronation Street and
Emmerdale stars in a Celebrity vs. Civilian-style boot camp work out at Hale
Country Club & Spa – in memory of Madison Allan, a 7-year-old Lancashire
girl who died on Boxing Day from Neuroblastoma, an aggressive form of
Celebrity trainer and ex-Rear of the Year winner, Scott Wright will kick start the training sessions with celebrities such as Shobna Gulati (Coronation Street’s Sunita Alahan), Kelvin Fletcher (Emmerdale’s Andy Sugden), original Big Brother winner Craig Phillips and Suzzanne Collins (Brookside), plus a whole host of tv and sports stars.
Scott first became aware of Madison and her illness when he met her and her family at the Christmas light switch on in Darwin in 2008 and named his little girl Lexi Madison Wright, in memory of her. All money raised on the day will be donated to the on going campaign to raise awareness of this form of cancer.
Participants are invited to take part in the boot camp for a small fee of £2, which will go to charity and every entrant will be automatically entered into a prize draw treasure hunt – with winning tickets for prizes such as luxury hotel stays and spa treatments strategically placed around the assault course.
There will also be an auction to win a ‘money can’t buy’ prize - a course of personal training sessions with three trainers from the club – ex-Coronation Street, Emmerdale, star Scott Wright, Steve Bell and ex-Wigan Warriors Rugby Player, Wesley Cotton. Hale Country Club and Spa are also offering free boot camp sessions to members who sign up pre-launch in February and March.
Richard Edmunds, Hale Country Club & Spa’s General Manager said: “We are encouraging everyone in the area to come down and take part in the celebrity work-out. It's a bit of fun, there’s a great cause behind it and we welcome contestants of all fitness levels to come down and support us.”
The much-anticipated Hale Country and Spa has announced an opening date of early March 2012. The state of the art facilities will offer membership to local people and is expected to be at capacity or at least almost full, by the time the facilities are officially opened.