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Nuffield Health teams up with charity to mark Autism Sunday





Pictured from left: Natalie Emuss - Accuros Business Development Manager, Rob Hamill - Personal Trainer, Renata Istenes - Deputy General Manager, and Lucy Geater - Accuros Community Fundraiser
Pictured from left: Natalie Emuss - Accuros Business Development Manager, Rob Hamill - Personal Trainer, Renata Istenes - Deputy General Manager, and Lucy Geater - Accuros Community Fundraiser

A gym in Bishop's Stortford will host a charity day on Autism Sunday.

Nuffield Health Fitness & Wellbeing in Anchor Street will offer taster classes, mini health MoTs and unlimited swimming between 9am and 5pm on Sunday, February 11.

There is no charge, but visitors are asked to make a donation to Takeley-based charity Accuro.

Autism Sunday raises awareness of the challenges people with autism and Asperger’s syndrome face.

Natalie Emuss, Accuro’s business development manager, said: “We are so grateful to Nuffield gym for supporting Accuro. It will be a great event and it is a fantastic way to raise awareness of our charity.”

Accuro staff and volunteers will be at Nuffield Health to give visitors information about the charity and how people with autism and Asperger’s syndrome can benefit from its services.

Visitors who trial the club on the day will automatically be entered into a prize draw, with prizes including a three-month gym membership.

Renata Istenes, deputy general manager at Nuffield Health Bishop’s Stortford, said: “We feel that this event will demonstrate our commitment to this great charity and the local community.”

All appointments must be pre-booked. Visit www.nuffieldhealth.com/gyms/bishops-stortford for more details.

To find out more about Accuro, go to www.accuro.org.uk



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