Big Swoove organisers continuing to fundraise for Sussex charities

Big Swoove
Big Swoove

The organisers of The Big Swoove are still raising money for charity.

Swoove Fitness was founded by Esther Featherstone, who turned 40 in April and celebrated with a 40 hour weekend event in Scaynes Hill, aiming to raise £40,000.

Participants spent September 27 until September 29 Swooving, which is singing, whooping and moving, to raise money for small, local charities.

So far, £5,041 has been raised on their online fundraiser of their £40,000 target by 251 supporters.

According to Esther Rose Featherstone, creative director of Swoove Fitness, as of October 6 they have over £10,000 in total.

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Charities who will benefit from the money raised include Seahorses Swimming Club, Age UK West Sussex, Kangaroos, and Princess Royal Hospital League of Friends Haywards Heath.

St Peter & St James Hospice, St Wilfrid’s Hospice and St Catherine’s Hospice are also being fundraised for.

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To donate, visit their website here.