It’s no secret that at The Myton Hospices we love a treat – cakes, chocolate, you name it and we find it hard to say no! But we’re also big fans of looking after ourselves and keeping fit, and even more so when someone uses their love of fitness to raise money for Myton!
Tracey Milner has already raised over £19,000 for Myton and will be adding to this tremendous total on Saturday 11th November by holding a marathon spin class at Lear Fitness in Leamington Spa!
The Beat-a-thon is sold out and people taking part have chosen to take on any amount of spin time from one to five hours. Every penny raised from the event is being donated to Myton in memory of Tracey’s dad Colin Robinson who died at our Warwick Hospice.
Colin had been admitted to Myton just a few days before Christmas, changing the family’s plans for Christmas Day as he was not well enough to spend the day at home. The family spent their Christmas morning at Myton and Colin was able to see the smiles on his grandchildren’s faces one last time. Colin sadly died at 11.30am that Christmas Day, surrounded by his family.
People are welcome to drop in to Lear Fitness on Bedford Street to show their support for Tracey and her fundraising spinners.
Good luck Tracey and thank you from everyone here at Myton!