Oxley clocks up more than 550 miles for Sport Relief

Oxley Sport Centre Sport ReliefStaff, members and customers at Oxley Sport Centre, Sherborne, travelled a total of 551 miles or 887km in a one-day challenge to raise money for Sport Relief. People took part by swimming, cycling or running and helped raise more than £250 for Sport Relief. Oxley also welcomed inspirational speaker John Willis as part of his 50:50:100 challenge in which he aims to swim 1,000m in 50 pools in 100 days for charity Power2inspire. Full Story: Read More

Fun for the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile in Yeovil

Sport Relief Mile 014 2With time running out until the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile in Yeovil on Sunday 23rd March, local people are being encouraged to don their headbands and join two local football legends in signing up to run one, three, or six miles. Event organiser David Blackwell who is Leisure Projects Officer at South Somerset District Council said: “We are delighted that lots of people have already signed up but we want even more to take part and make it the best Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile at Yeovil Recreation Centre yet. Full Story: Read More

Sport Relief is coming to Yeovil!

Sport Relief 2014.pngIt’s not just the public who will be taking on the fundraising challenge. Daring Davina McCall went the extra mile in the BT Sport Relief Challenge: Davina – Beyond Breaking Point. Davina travelled across the UK, all under her own steam – and all in the name of Sport Relief. By running, swimming and cycling for seven solid days, Davina hit the streets – and waters – of the UK in a bid to raise as much cash as she can and inspire the great British public to take on their own challenges, sporty or not! Full Story: Read More