A SPIN instructor broke sweat to show support for the Great Western Hospital and NHS workers on the frontline.

Rachel Mason jumped on her spin bike at home in Royal Wootton Bassett for a two-hour ride.

And up to 22 people joined in to help raise the funds. They either completed the two-hour spin ride or cycled for an hour outside.

Rachel, 34, said: “I was just thinking of way I could raise money for GWH as I have a few friends working on the frontline. I have a spin bike in my kitchen and being on it for two hours is a pretty tough challenge.

“I had other people who took part, it was pretty crazy and it gave us all something to focus on.

“The amount of money we raised was amazing and it just helped us give something back to Brighter Futures.”

The instructor at Village Gym Swindon raised more than £2,200t.

To donate go to www.justgiving.com/fundraising/HelpourswindonGWHheros