Motiv8 powers up for Scotty’s Little Soldiers

Scotty's Little Soldiers founder Nikki Scott (front) is pictured at the Powerwave Christmas Mission.
Scotty's Little Soldiers founder Nikki Scott (front) is pictured at the Powerwave Christmas Mission.
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Motiv8 pushed the fitness and charity boundaries once again on Sunday when it held a five-hour military-style event in aid of Scotty’s Little Soldiers.

The functional fitness centre in Bergen Way, North Lynn, raised more than £1,000 for the charity by holding a Powerwave Christmas Mission.

It comes just three weeks after Motiv8 Exercise and Fitness raised more than £4,000 to help Gaywood youngster Jac Coffey and his brain tumour fight.

More than 70 people took part in the Powerwave charity event, which was instructed by ex-military personnel Arron Murphy, Motiv8 owner Mark Flowers and Sean Laidlaw.

Mr Flowers said the charity means a lot to each one of them, having witnessed first-hand the effects of war and being based in places such as Afghanistan.

He also thanked Powerwave founder Jay Laville and trainer Mark Laws, and everyone who attended the event and helped raise a “fantastic” amount.

“It was such a success that the event will now be held every year,” he said.