Gunite were proud to support our Payroll Administrator Rennie Thody this weekend in her Jazzercise workout in aid of our local charity of the year Camsight. The event was set up to mark Rennie's 25 years as a Jazzercise instructor, and what better way to celebrate that raising over £1500 for blind and partially sighted people in Cambridgeshire. The event was held at the Hub in Cambourne and consisted of a 2 hour workout, with jazzercise fans and instructors from across Cambridgeshire taking part. The highlight of the day was some young visually impaired children from Camsight showing off their Jazzercise skills with a short routine. Rennie said "I'm so proud of what everyone has achieved here today, the enthusiasm and support has been amazing. Camsight is a great charity that does a superb job and I can't think of a better way to celebrate 25 years of Jazzercise classes". Local charity Camsight offers invaluable practical and emotional support for visually impaired people, their families and carers in Cambridgeshire. Whether it be practical help in the community with transport, employment and equipment or emotional support in coping with this difficult experience Camsight are there to help. They also have over 300 trained volunteers to befriend and assist as well as running rural support meetings in villages across Cambridgeshire. If you would like to donate to this great cause please visit the Jazzercise Just Give Page. So with a cake bake and a Jazzercise workout already under our belts this year, watch this space for whats next on our charity calendar.