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Student becomes hero for charity

January 17, 2014

Sports students and staff from West Cheshire College transformed into superheroes and sporting heroes for a charity Metafit session.

Sports students transformed into superheroes and sports heroes to do a Metafit session to raise money for Shelter

Students raised over £150 during the bodyweight training event, held in the College’s Ellesmere Port Campus rotunda, with all money donated to Shelter to help homeless children.

Geoff Hilton, Sports Tutor at West Cheshire College, said: “We wanted to find a way of raising money for charity so we decided to run Metafit session with a twist – with everyone dressing up as a hero.

“Metafit is a 30 minute workout system created by a former Royal Marine Commando and a national gymnast – so it’s very intense and working out dressed up in full fancy dress was definitely a challenge!

“The event was well supported and it was great to see the generosity of students and staff.

“We always encourage our students to get involved in charity events at College as it enriches their overall learning experience with us.”

West Cheshire College offers part-time courses in a broad range of sectors and are still accepting applications for their January intake.

For more information about studying sports or any other part-time or full-time courses at West Cheshire College; call the College hotline on 01244 656555, visit or pop into our Ellesmere Port or Chester Campuses to pick up a course guide.

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