WHEN was the last time you had a go on a trampoline?
The Cystic Fibrosis Trust is challenging Ealing residents to join in National Get Britain Bouncing Day on June 27 and raise money for charity.
They are clubs, schools, businesses and individuals to get involved and hope to get a million people taking part.
Martin Schofield, chief executive of Super Tramp, which is supporting the safe trampolining campaign, said: "You don’t need a trampoline to take part, you could be on a rebounder, space hopper or pogo stick, you just need to bounce. Get Britain Bouncing aims to publicise trampolining as a fun and safe activity for all the family and we think this is a great way to highlight how much fun bouncing is."
To sign up for the event and for further information, go to - www.getbritainbouncing.org.uk .
Cystic Fibrosis is a genetically inherited condition which attacks sufferers lungs and digestive system, and trampolining is part of the exercises sufferers undertake to manage their condition. It is a life-shortening illness directly affecting 10,000 people in the UK and only half live until their 40th birthday.
Anyone who holds a sponsored bounce can donate by texting Jump23 and the amount they wish to donate to 70070.