FUNDRAISERS took to their bikes, donned their trainers and ran a mile in Warrington to raise money for Sport Relief.
Dancing divas took their tutus and leg warmers to 80s-themed Zumba classes.
Sarah Smith Zumba regulars donated money after working out to 80s favourites Love Shack by B52s, Wham's Wake Me Up Before You Go Go and Dexy's Midnight Runners' classic Come On Eileen.
The three classes, which are held in the community hall of Chapelford Village Primary School every Monday evening and Friday morning, and at Birchwood High School every Thursday evening, collected £78 for this year's Sport Relief.
In Woolston, Great Sankey swimmer Aden Walker completed 200 lengths of the pool in two hours and ten minutes and is still counting up how much he raised.
The Little Acorns in High Legh held a fundraising session at their weekly meeting at High Legh Village Hall last Wednesday.
Anne Bright, head teacher at Birchwood High take to a smoothie bike
Staff at Saisbury’s in Chapelford, Great Sankey were pedalling for the cause
Kirsten and Farrah Traynor
Katie and Kitty Caldwell
Teachers at Cherry Tree Primary School in Lymm took to their bikes, from left are Phil Adams, Helen Leung, Jayne flower
Skipping to it at Stockton Heath Primary School