Notts police running to the beat for CLIC Sargent

Nottinghamshire Police showed off their best dance moves as they took on the running man challenge in support of children and young people with cancer.

Notts police running to the beat for CLIC Sargent

When the officers in Nottinghamshire Police force were nominated to film their own running man challenge video, they knew they wanted to display their support for CLIC Sargent while showcasing their moves.

Popping on a CLIC Sargent pin badge and donning some rather splendid wigs in homage to our fundraising campaign Wig Wednesday, they did just that.

The running man challenge involves dancing to 90s hit song My Boo by Ghost Town DJ's. Police forces from all over the globe have been nominating each other to take part. 

Charity for 2016

Nottinghamshire Police has chosen CLIC Sargent as its Chief Constable's charity for 2016 and are taking part in a number of activities to raise funds and awareness.

They got involved for Wig Wednesday, raising nearly £400 in one day and will be holding a ball during September, which is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

CLIC Sargent Fundraising Manager Blaine Cooper-Jones said: "This video is absolutely brilliant. We are really grateful for to Nottinghamshire Police for not only raising vital funds but also raising vital awareness of what CLIC Sargent does, and providing everyone with a good laugh in the process!"

Find out more

To find out how you can help CLIC Sargent in your community, please contact CLIC Sargent Fundraising Manager Blaine Cooper-Jones on 01509 673 508 or email: blaine.cooper-jones@clicsargent.org.uk.

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