12:31PM, Wednesday 14 March 2012
It is not too late to 'zumba all night' for Windsor's hospice.
The zumbathon event takes place on Saturday between 7-10pm at Windsor Boys School in Maidenhead Road and all the money raised will go to Thames Hospicecare. It will help maintain the hospice in Hatch Lane, Windsor and its sister day hospice at Heatherwood Hospital, Ascot.
It costs just £15 per person to take part. There will be a prize for the person that raises the most sponsorship for the event and for the best dressed team.
There is pre-registration on the night from 6pm onwards and you can even get a glittery tattoo. There will be an on the spot raffle and people can bring along any drinks and food. Water will be provided as will a goody bag for each participant.
Parking is available at Windsor Leisure Centre public car park. Call Bronwen on 08456 128812 for details.
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