Bopping Bokwa whips up a storming £500 at Chippenham
10:30am Sunday 13th April 2014 in News
A Bokwathon was held at the Olympiad Leisure Centre in Chippenham to raise funds for Sports Relief.
Participants dressed in 80s attire raised a whopping £500 for the charity. Bokwa is a brand new dance fitness craze which is taking the UK by storm.
It is a high energy dance workout that has participants “drawing” letters and numbers with their feet. Its popularity is growing due to it being suitable for all ages and abilities.
It is easy to learn, addictive and fun while burning hundreds of calories.
A huge thank you to everyone who attended and donated and to instructors Heather Candlish, Tasha Vale, Catherine Smith, Rachael Lewis and Jack Mitchell. To try a class in your area, contact: Heather Candlish (Chippenham), firstname.lastname@example.org; Tasha Vale/Catherine Smith (Trowbridge/Westbury) email@example.com; Jack Mitchell (Trowbridge) firstname.lastname@example.org
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