There’s just one week left to get on your bike, dive into the pool or hit the road on foot to raise money for Sport Relief 2014.
From Friday March 21 to Sunday 23 people across the country will be getting physical for charity.
Already ahead of the game, Crossley Heath School, Halifax, are holding a non-uniform day today to kick off a week of fundraising activities; culminating in a Fun Run at the end of next week.
Halifax’s Next Step Trust day care centre for young adults with complex needs are dressing sporty and holding an open day a day ahead of the official celebrations on March 20.
What have you got planned for Sport Relief 2014? Please email your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet to @hxcourier or call newsdesk on 01422 260208 to book a photographer.
Local golden girl and Paralympian Hannah Cockroft is among the famous faces backing this year’s campaign that raises money that goes towards providing shelter to young people living on UK streets and to help people living with domestic abuse. Overseas, donations aid education access for young people and provides communities with fresh water.