A trampoline park is hosting a celebrity and charity fitness day in Earlsfield to encourage a healthy lifestyle in parents, children and young people.

The company Flip Out is teaming up with fitness campaigner Amanda Frolich of Amada’s Action Club and parental website KIDSORTED to bring celebrity personalities to the event on Wednesday, September 27, the day of National Fitness Day.

Those performing alongside a full day’s trampoline sessions include trio dance act PlayDow, who made it through to the semi-finals of ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent, character martial arts and fitness act Animal Fu and live funk act Fudge and Frequency.

In addition there will be lead singers of The South and Soul 11 Soul, Alison Wheeler and Charlotte Kelly, and professional skaters Helena Long and Amy Ram.

Free taster sessions will also be held by professional free runner and Wandsworth’s own Chima Akenuza.

The event is geared towards young people aged between one and 12 years old, as well parents and guardians, and support children’s charity, Buttle UK, who help children in crisis around the country.

It will begin at 10am and run until 6pm with entertainment, fitness and trampoline classes, and celebrity meet-and-greets.

Gerri McAndrew, chief executive of Buttle, said: “Fitness and exercise is so important to all children and young people. For those that Buttle UK support – children that are among some of the most vulnerable in the UK - financial hardship often means that the opportunities for this are limited, which is why Buttle UK often funds children to attend sports clubs and lessons.

“Not only do they keep children physically fit but they also help build confidence, self-esteem and new friendships, which can be so important, if they have suffered from trauma and crisis in their lives.”

The event is at the Flip Out Wandsworth facility in Bendon Valley at the junction of Garratt Lane, and you can find tickets at: www.flipout.co.uk/wandsworth