Sports students and staff transformed into superheroes and sporting heroes for a charity fitness session.
Students raised more than £150 during the bodyweight training event, held in the rotunda of the West Cheshire College campus in Ellesmere Port.
All the money was donated to Shelter to help homeless children.
Geoff Hilton, sports tutor at the college, said: “We wanted to find a way of raising money for charity so we decided to run a Metafit session with a twist with everyone dressing up as a hero.
“Metafit is a 30 minute workout system created by a former Royal Marine Commando and a national gymnast so it’s very intense and working out dressed up in full fancy dress was definitely a challenge!”
He added:“The event was well supported and it was great to see the generosity of students and staff."
“We always encourage our students to get involved in charity events at college as it enriches their overall learning experience with us.”
The college offers a broad range of part-time courses and is still accepting applications for the January intake.
For more information about the college hotline, call 01244 656555, visit www.west-cheshire.ac.uk or pop into the Ellesmere Port or Chester campuses to pick up a course guide.