Lord Toby Jug pops in to Littleport for final day of 22 day challenge for 22 press ups a day to raise awareness of post traumatic stress

PUBLISHED: 10:43 07 September 2016 | UPDATED: 10:43 07 September 2016

Cathy with Littleport Players rehearsing for their back on demand adult musical Avenue Q at the Village Hall this Friday 9th and 10th of September.

Cathy with Littleport Players rehearsing for their back on demand adult musical Avenue Q at the Village Hall this Friday 9th and 10th of September.

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Lord Toby Jug, Leader of the Eccentric Party turned up to offer encouragement to Cathy Gibb-de Swarte’s final 22nd day of press ups in 22 days held at Littleport’s Plough & Harrow pub on Monday night

Cathy Gibb-de Swarte presenting Kim Oakhill from Littleport's Sigma Embroidery & Printing Company winner of the 22 press up in 22 day challenge video which was one of the funniest of them all.Cathy Gibb-de Swarte presenting Kim Oakhill from Littleport's Sigma Embroidery & Printing Company winner of the 22 press up in 22 day challenge video which was one of the funniest of them all.

He said: “I think Cathy did some sterling work in completing 22 press ups in 22 days to raise awareness of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. We take our top hats off to her in her honour.

“The Eccentric Party is in the vanguard of leading the people of the world towards a bright new world of peace and plenty, fun and festivities cultural enlightenment and free chocolate biscuits.”

One of Littleport’s video participants, Kim Oakhill from Sigma Embroidery & Printing was picked as the winner of one of the funniest videos out of all the 22 recorded during Cathy’s press up stint.

Kim said: “There were some other superb videos including the firemen who I believe had been viewed over 1,000 times by Facebook viewers.

Lord Toby Jug offering encouragement during final 22 press up challenge at Littleport on MondayLord Toby Jug offering encouragement during final 22 press up challenge at Littleport on Monday

“I will treasure this prize which has been an in joke ever since we moved into the premises which originally belonged to the Bargain Centre who sold these outrageous oversized ladies knickers.”

Cathy said: “I achieved what I set out to do which was to have fun, get people involved and highlight all the good things people do in this village.”

Her next goal is to host a tea party in support Addenbrooke’s Breast Cancer Appeal on Friday October 21, 2016.

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