A MASSIVE two-hour Zumba masterclass is being staged to raise cash for two children’s charities.
Hundreds of tickets have already been snapped up for the fitness dance event, which will be held at the Corn Exchange on September 9.
It is being run by Sarah Homewood, who wanted to raise money for the Simpson’s Memory Box Appeal (SiMBA), a charity which honours babies who have died, been stillborn or miscarried.
A spokesman for the organisers said: “Our aim is to raise as much money as possible to divide between these two very worthwhile charities.
“We would love everyone to come and party with us and raise lots of donations.
“We would love a massive representation of the community spirit of ZUMBA and the huge support network here in Scotland.”
Tickets are on sale priced £10 plus a 90p processing fee and can be booked through http://crazycrewproject9.eventbrite.co.uk/.