Sarah wants to reach £30,000 with her last fitness fundraiser

Sarah Styles
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She has dedicated the past five years to raising money and awareness for cancer.

And now Sarah Styles has decided to hold her last charity fundraiser.

The 39-year-old is this week’s We Can Do It T-shirt winner for the thousands of pounds she has raised through a body combat event.

More than 150 people spent last Saturday taking part in a mammoth three-hour combat marathon.

The energetic fundraisers took over the main hall at Havant Leisure Centre to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

Sarah, from Farlington, says: ‘Every one has been affected by cancer, we all know someone who has had it or been touched by it.

‘If we all come together to raise the funds, then we are making a difference, and we can hopefully find a cure – that’s what we all really want.’

Sarah has raised more than £25,000 and she hopes to reach £30,000.

The marathon consists of people doing body combat for three hours.

The fitness class mixes kick boxing and martial arts with a high-energy workout.

For more information go to facebook.com/bodycombatevent.