PUMP Gyms in Stourbridge will be hosting a 24-hour spin class in aid of the Mary Stevens Hospice.

Gym-goers and hospice supporters will take on the gruelling all-day challenge to raise money and awareness for the Hagley Road charity.

Anyone can take part and can drop by at any time for any length of time, from five minutes to five hours, at Pump Gyms, Ryemarket, Stourbridge, on Monday March 20.

Aaron Jackson, general manager at Pump Gyms, said: “Following the huge success of our recent Zumbathon - Pump Gyms have decided to take on a 24-hour Spinathon - cycling none stop for 24 hours.

“We've decided to raise money for Mary Stevens Hospice once again as we feel it's a cause more than worthy of all our efforts.”

Amanda Bowen, deputy head of fundraising at the hospice, said: “It's a fantastic thing that Aaron and his team are doing for us, and we're so grateful to everyone that is planning to get involved and contribute to this incredible challenge.

“We'd love to see as many hospice supporters there as possible, whether it's to do 20 minutes on the bike or just to cheer the guys on; it all makes a huge difference.”