Following their last Strongman event that raised money towards a community defibrillator, Sons of Anxiety are holding a second event in order to help the homeless this winter.

Sons of Anxiety is a group of amateur strongmen and women from East Lancashire who use lifting as a way to look after their mental health.

Led by Rolonde Bradshaw and Dan Fish, the group host regular Strongman events that bring people together to connect through competition.

Mr Fish, who hosted an event in August at The Prairie in Burnley, said: "The event in Burnley was a huge success, raising over £600 towards a community defibrillator.

"This time we have teamed up with Street Hope, an organisation focused on helping the homeless and those in need to raise money to help purchase survival packs for those with nowhere to sleep this winter.

"We'll be hosting our Strongman event, Absolute Savage, on December 15 in Clitheroe, and hope to put on a show for all the family and raise as much money as possible for these lifesaving packs.

"There'll be five events, including a Viking press of 150kg reps in 75secs, a deadlift of 220kg reps in 60 secs, and a spectator competition too, as well as a raffle, food and drink, music and much more."

The event will be held at Absolute Fitness in Clitheroe on Sunday December 15.

For more information please visit the Sons of Anxiety Facebook page.