Slimming World employees celebrate BBC Children in Need together yet apart
Employees from Slimming World head office celebrated BBC Children in Need virtually on Friday 13th November.
Teams across the Alfreton-based organisation, many of which have been working remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic, didn’t let being physically apart stop them from celebrating this year and came together virtually to show their support for the charity.
Staff members across the company got creative by dressing up in yellow and spotty clothing, and donated to the cause online.
Slimming World was founded by Margaret Miles-Bramwell (OBE, FRSA) in 1969. Members join local weekly groups or an online programme. Groups are run by a network of community-based Slimming World Consultants across the UK and Republic of Ireland. Consultants are trained in the role of diet and physical activity in weight management, as well as recognised behaviour-change techniques. Slimming World’s healthy eating plan, Food Optimising, is based on the science of energy density and satiety. Our phased activity programme, Body Magic, eases members into activity until it becomes an intrinsic part of their daily routine. Slimming World’s programme integrates practical, up-to-date advice with a highly-developed support system based on care and compassion, and Consultant training focuses on facilitating, encouraging and empowering members to make changes in a supportive, warm and friendly group environment. Consultant training is delivered through the Slimming World Academy. Slimming World also invests in a comprehensive research programme to develop its support for long-term weight management. The group support provided by Slimming World is recognised as effective by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and the NHS.