The popular sporting fundraiser kicks off on Sunday, March 20 at 10am and 2pm slots from the gym and participants can opt to take part in either one, three or six mile routes.
General manager at the gym Debbie Postig said: “We are hugely thankful to Chester FC for pledging support for this year’s Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile, taking place at a specially chosen route, starting at our gym.
“The routes we offer will take participants around some delightful countryside and include the scenic Duke’s Drive. “This sporty fundraiser is perfect for all abilities and will not only raise money for an important cause but get families out and active in the fresh air after a long winter.”
Sales and services manager at Nuffield Health Chester - The Grosvenor Hospital Jenny Gray said: “Having such an iconic event as Sport Relief kicking off at our wellbeing gym really places [us] at the heart of community health and fitness. We will continue the legacy of this event through our joined up services that promote a complete health and wellbeing service for all the family.”
First team coach and CEO of Chester FC Community Trust Jon McCarthy said “We are proud to support this year’s Sport Relief Mile.
Chester FC is a community-owned club which places itself at the very heart of the community and Sport Relief is a fantastic initiative which is exactly the kind of event that brings communities together to have fun for a great cause.”
Nuffield Health Chester’s Fitness and Wellbeing Gym will also be in-store taking sign-ups at Sainsbury’s, Caldy Valley Road, Great Boughton throughout March or you can register at www.sportrelief.com.