Ten thousand steps a day for an entire month, 300,000 steps in total.
For locals, Jesse and Tiffany Hambling, they certainly have kept their feet busy.
Jesse has easily managed the steps, however Tiffany has been known to dance in the lounge room with the kids on those rainy days in a desperate attempt to keep those steps ticking over, but so far the pair have both successfully stuck to the challenge.
The couple are taking part in STEPtember which raises much-needed awareness and funds for adults and children living with cerebal palsy.
Cerebal palsy is the most common childhood physical disability where damage is done to the developing brain either during pregnancy or shortly after birth, affecting a person’s movement and posture for life.
IMAGE: Tilly and her cousins, Haven, Mackenzie and Maddison, model the donated shovels as part of the raffle prizes available to win. (PS)
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