FITNESS enthusiasts came out in force to honour the memory of of a Salisbury boy who died after a six-week battle with meningitis in 2011

The event on Saturday marked the 4th anniversary of Haydn Harrison’s death, and was organised by fitness trainer Simon Anderson, of Simon Anderson Fitness Training, and his fiancé Zoe Scard, Hayden’s cousin.

The event also helped to raise awareness of meningitis.

Simon said: "During that six week battle, poor little Haydn lost most of his limbs in a round the clock fight to save his life, that ultimately ended with him being taken far too early from his loving family.”

The hour long bootcamp at Victoria Park saw more than 20 people take part and more than £350 was raised for Meningitis Now with donations still coming in.

Zoe added: "After the success of this charity bootcamp, we hope to make it an annual event to celebrate the life of Haydn and do everything we can to others beat the devastating disease that affects more people than you could ever imagine.”

The couple hope to make the bootcamp an annual event. Simon said: "Watch out next year Salisbury as we will be back with even more press ups, squats and those much loved burpees on a mission to make this event even bigger the next time round.”

Both Simon and Zoe would like to thank everyone that donated money and time to support the event and to raise money for the charity. They also thanked Ian Whordley who donated his time to photograph the hour-long bootcamp session

Anyone wishing to make a donation can still do so by going to