Slimming World staff go dotty for BBC Children in Need
Staff from Slimming World head office have been showing their spots for BBC Children in Need.
Employees across the organisation wore yellow and spotty clothing, held a cake sale and donated their loose change to the charity.
Plus, on-site Hair & Beauty at Slimming World – the salon based on-site at the company’s Alfreton HQ, which is also open to the public – used their artistic talents to offer face painting to get staff really looking the part. All of the money raised will go to BBC Children in Need.
PICTURE: From left to right: Shauna Flowers, Amy Taylor, Catherine Moore, Zoe Latchford, from Hair & Beauty at Slimming World, went dotty for BBC Children in Need.
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About Slimming World
Slimming World was founded by Margaret Miles-Bramwell (OBE, FRSA) in 1969. There are now more than 18,000 weekly groups supporting 900,000 members across the UK and Republic of Ireland. Groups are run by a network of 5,000 community-based Slimming World Consultants, who receive specific training in the role of diet and physical activity in weight management, as well as sophisticated behaviour-change techniques. Slimming World’s healthy eating plan, Food Optimising, is based on the science of satiety and energy density. Our phased activity programme, Body Magic, eases members into activity until it becomes an intrinsic part of their daily routine. The principles behind Slimming World’s philosophy are based on a deep understanding of the challenges faced by overweight people and recognition that those who struggle with weight carry a double burden, the weight itself and a burden of guilt and shame about their weight. 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 behaviour change in a 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 Clinical Excellence (NICE) and the NHS.
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