A small Sussex charity is set to benefit from a fundraising event organised by a local mum.
Natalie Banbury says she remembers it like it was yesterday. “I was 21 when the doctor said to me ‘I think your baby may have Spina Bifida’. I left the hospital with a leaflet by the Sussex Association for Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus and have been in touch with them ever since.
“Bob White and the school (Lindfield Primary) have been so brilliant since Ryan started there three years ago,” Natalie continued.
After years of support Natalie believes that now is the time to give something back so, with the help of a few others, she is putting on a charity bootcamp at Lindfield Primary School on Saturday 16th February from 12-4pm.
Maxine Hayes, whose son is also at the school and who runs Potential Personal Training, is helping to organise the event. The afternoon promises a ‘Kids vs Grown Ups’ session and bootcamps led by Maxine and other guest trainers. Plus, there will also be entertainment, arts & crafts and a food & drink area from local businesses.
“We have been overwhelmed by the generosity of local businesses wanting to be involved,” said Maxine.
All proceeds go to SASBAH. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.