As a long time fan of Hula Hoops crisps (I still wear them on my fingers like I did when I was 9) and a recent convert to the art of hula hooping, you can bet that I’ll be taking my swirly self down to Victoria Embankment this weekend.
That’s just one of 16 sites across the country where the Hula Hoops Hoopathon will be happening on Sunday for Sports Relief.
The goal? To set a new record for the most people doing the two-minute hula across the country. The aim is to get more than 1000 hoops going at once. Our own Hoola queen Charlene will be working her hoop along with other top spinners on the day.
London registrations are closed now but the Hoopathon will make a great spectacle. And for every £1 you donate through Hula Hoops, they’ll give another £1 to Sports Relief.
The Sports Relief events village in London is at Victoria Embankment from 9.30am-3pm on Sun Mar 21 and will feature CBeebies action star Sportacus, samba bands, Indian drummers and more.
For other Sports Relief activities taking place over the weekend, visit the web site.
Photo source: Fluid Movement