AS PART of the West Wight Sports and Community Centre's 'Extend Our Gym' campaign,  staff made a parody of Queen's famous music video, I Want To Break Free.

The team have shared it again recently, coinciding wih the release of the feature film Bohemian Rhapsody, to highlight how much work is still needed to extend the gym and help the centre.

In order to support more people and run more services, the team at the centre want to increase the size of their gym by around 50 per cent and add more up-to-date equipment.

The cost of the project is estimated to be in the region of £150,000 and as the centre is fully self-funded, must raise the total themselves.

A spokesperson from the campaign said: "The centre is in a rurally deprived area and is a hub for the community providing sports, physical activities and many other services to the population.

"It's services cover all ages and all abilities and the future of the Centre is in jeopardy under the current financial climate."

To find out more about the campaign, vist the centre's website or to donate their cause, visit their everyclick page.

Watch the parody video below: