THESE brave and big-hearted fitness fans are heading for a Total Wipeout.

But instead of competing in Argentina, they're headed to Anniesland.

Workers from Santander in Glasgow are putting their strength and agility to the test as they face a barrage of foam and water in a charity remake of the popular TV game show Total Wipeout.

Santander has built a replica of the hit TV show's aquatic obstacle course in Accies Rugby Club and staff will be literally throwing themselves into Santander's goal of raising £1million for the ChildLine School Service.

The money raised will go towards NSPCC Scotland's Now I Know appeal, to let volunteers visit every primary school in Scotland to talk to children about abuse.

NSPCC Scotland provides preventative services to stop child abuse before it starts.

The charity also provides ChildLine, a free, confidential 24-hour helpline and online service for children and young people as well as a UK-wide helpline for adults who are worried about a child or want advice.