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Stunt school opens its doors for charity

Professional stuntman Martin Shenton in the new stunt school in Morecambe.

Professional stuntman Martin Shenton in the new stunt school in Morecambe.

If you fancy donning a ‘onesie’ and trampolining for charity then a special fundraiser to be held today gives you the chance to do just that.

Regent Park Studios, owned by professional stuntman Martin Shenton, is holding a Christmas open afternoon with lots of fun for the whole family, with the aim of raising as much money for St John’s Hospice as possible.

Martin said: “My mum Doreen is recovering after having an operation for stomach cancer and it’s a pretty common thing apparently.

“My cousin has been in St John’s Hospice as well as my auntie and uncle so unfortunately I have had personal experience of the disease.

“I just want to raise as much money as possible for the hospice as well as providing fun for the whole family.”

The Christmas open afternoon is from 4.30pm until 8.30pm at the stunt school on Regent Road in Morecambe today, December 11.

There will be a tombola and raffle including first prize of a trampoline party for 10 people, a prize game for two at BYGD live, a photo shoot and mounted print, a Morrisons hamper, a steak meal for two at Wetherspoons and many more prizes.

There will also be mince pies, refreshments and of course trampolining in a ‘onesie.’

Telephone Regent Park Studios on 01524 419861.

 

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