People in Barnet are being asked to get bouncing to raise money for a cystic fibrosis charity.
The Cystic Fibrosis Trust has teamed up with trampolining campaign group Get Britain Bouncing to encourage one million people in Britain to take to their trampolines on June 27 and raise money for sufferers of the life-shortening genetic disorder.
People who take part in National Get Britain Bouncing Day are encouraged to use their mobile phones to donate £1 to the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. The money will go towards research in finding better treatments and a cure for the disease.
Sue Piper of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust said: “Children who have cystic fibrosis often use trampolines as a fun way to help them do their daily physiotherapy.
“We hope as many people from Barnet as possible sign up for National Get Britain Bouncing Day and the organisation reaches its goal of getting one million people bouncing.”
To sign up for the event and for further information, visit www.getbritainbouncing.org.uk.