As part of their fundraising efforts towards their Big Top plans, Freestyle Fitness in Louth held a Beginners Aerial Arts Taster Session at North Cotes Heavy Horse Centre in Spilsby.
Participants were able to learn the basics on aerial hoop, aerial sling, silks and trapeze.Freestyle Fitness needs around £6,000 to get their Big Top project up and running and ready for use, including tent stakes, rigging, equipment, safety equipment and a generator.
The taster session, on Sunday July 17, raised around £100 towards their plans.
"It gave everyone the opportunity to see what it's like to do aerial in the Big Top,” said director Emma Nicholls.
The Big Top will be used for the Creative Heights project, a community project dedicated to bringing contemporary circus to Lincolnshire.