Get Cumbernauld Healthy spokesman John Allan is delighted by the response shown not only by Joe public but with the backing the campaign has received from more prominent members of the community.
John said "It has taken a lot of hard work to get the word out there, and I'm grateful for all the help I've had from Clyde, Partick Thistle, Des McKeown, Gregg McClymont MP and the local schools."
He goes onto to say "without the backing of the supermarket giant that is Tesco Craigmarloch, we would have struggled to get as good a venue as we have."
"We really want to meet our target of £2000 for Cancer Research and would urge everyone to make a donation to such a worthy cause"
The bootcamp is set to take place at 11am in the main car park of Tesco Craigmarloch, and will last around an hour. The emphasis is on family fun and everyone is encouraged to dress up.
To register for the event please go to www.getcumbernauldhealthy.com where you can claim your FREE cookbook. Donations can also be made via the site or through www.justgiving.com (http://www.justgiving.com/