Are some of your new year’s resolutions to lose weight, eat more healthily and keep fit? If so, there are six sessions at the local Slimming World group to choose from at Wesley Hall, Crookes, where the group moved in November:
- Mondays at 5:30pm and 7:30pm
- Tuesdays at 9:30am and 7:30pm
- Wednesdays at 5:30pm and 7:30pm
There is parking, disabled and pushchair access and children are always welcome to attend with their parents too. There’s no need to book, but if you’d like more information, please contact Emma on 0114 233 5205, 07941 062353 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Crosspool Slimming World group will meet in Wesley Hall, Crookes, from Wednesday 4 November.
The group used to meet at St Columba’s but due to its success it has outgrown the Crosspool venue.
The new meeting arrangements for Wesley Hall, Crookes are:
- Monday 5:30pm and 7:30pm
- Tuesday 9:30am and 7:30pm
- Wednesday 5:30pm and 7:30pm
For more information call Emma on 0114 233 5205, 07941 062363 or email email@example.com.
Is one of your new year’s resolutions to lose some weight? If so, there are two Slimming World groups that meet locally.
Crosspool Slimming World group is held every Wednesday at 5pm and 7pm at St Columba’s Church on Manchester Road. The Crookes group takes place every Monday at 5pm and 7pm and every Tuesday at 9:30am in Wesley Hall.
If you’re interested in attending you can simply go along. More information is available from Emma on (0114 233 5205), www.slimmingworld.com or Slimming World Groups in North West Sheffield on Facebook.
A new fitness campaign has been launched to accompany a new season of Slimming World classes in Crosspool.
Details are below. The local group meets at St. Columba’s church on Wednesday nights. For more information call Emma on 0114 233 5205 or 07941 062363.
Slimming World Crosspool
A campaign launches this week to get the people of Sheffield working together to tackle obesity in the Sheffield after a national survey revealed that people who are overweight often suffer humiliation and embarrassment and have low confidence and low self-esteem, all of which seriously affect their everyday lives.
Experts acknowledge that waist measurement, as well as weight, is an indicator of an individual’s health. With an ‘at risk’ waist measurement of more than 88cm (35in) for women and 102cm (40in) for men, results of the survey show that 45% per cent of people in South Yorkshire and the surrounding area are in danger of developing severe health problems.
The Let’s Beat Obesity Together in Sheffield campaign, run by Slimming World, aims to bring the whole community together to encourage and support each other to lose weight and make Sheffield, and principally Crosspool, a happier and healthier place to live.
Anyone who joins their local Slimming World group between 28 February and 12 March and purchases a 12-week Countdown to take part in the Let’s Beat Obesity Together challenge will get FREE membership and two weeks free attendance in a Pay for 10 get 2 weeks free offer – representing a total saving of £19.90.
As part of the campaign, being run especially to benefit the Crosspool community, members will also have the opportunity to be sponsored to lose their weight, and all the proceeds will go to Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
For more information about Let’s Beat Obesity Together or the sponsored Slimathon call Emma on 0114 233 5205 or visit www.slimmingworld.com.
A new consultant is taking over the Slimming World group in Crosspool.
Emma McGowan will now be running the group, which meets every Wednesday night at 7pm at St Columba’s Church on Manchester Road. Her first meeting is tomorrow night (Thursday 27 October).
Emma said: ‘It’s not long until Christmas and the party season now but there is still easily enough time to lose at least a stone, without starving yourself or going without.’
For more information about the group and the offers available call Emma on 0114 233 5205 or 07941 062363. There is also background information in the Word document below.
Crosspool Slimming World – A whole new world (Word document, 40KB)