People got active and raised almost £1,000 for a forces charity as they took on a gruelling assault course at a gym.
Catmose Sports Centre in Oakham challenged people to take on the course on Saturday.
Centre manager Matt Chamberlain said the event was a “huge success”.
More than 120 people completed the course and managed to raise an impressive £905. This is on top of money raised at market stalls last month.
Staff at the gym also took part and were proud of their efforts on the day. Sports centre duty manager Chris Collins said: “I am very proud of the effort put in by all the staff and volunteers on the day. The atmosphere was fantastic and we raised a lot of money for an excellent cause. The team are already planning their next event and hoping to make it even bigger and better.”