A 27-YEAR-OLD woman is on the brink of reaching her fundraising goal in memory of her uncle in her 100-day charity fitness challenge.

Jess Scothern, from Barnoldswick, took on the challenge of doing 100 different reps for 100 days at Pendle CrossFit.

She then decided she would do the challenge to raise money for the Anthony Nolan charity, in memory of her uncle Ian Scothern.

Having now completed more than 90 days of her challenge she has raised more than £930 and is looking to reach £1,000 before finishing on Tuesday.

Miss Scothern said: “I lost my uncle, Ian, a much-loved member of the Barnoldswick community, to bone marrow cancer in 2015 so thought raising money for the Anthony Nolan charity would be a great idea.

“The thought of committing to 100 reps of some tough movements every day for 100 days was slightly daunting.

“It’s now the final push to the end and I would like to thank and each person who has pushed me on with words of encouragement”

Her dedication to the cause has seen her doing 100 squats with sister Kaylee Scothern at their elder sister’s wedding, burpees while on holiday and sit ups holding her baby niece Imogen.

To donate visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/jessica-scothern.