Made a New Year resolution to get fitter, eat more healthily or be more active? Then Peace Hospice Care can help you on your way with their up and coming weight loss challenge – achieve your New Year goals and raise money too to help patients, and their families, facing life-limiting illnesses.
Peace Hospice Care’s weight loss challenge kicks off in January with experts lined up to support participants every step of the way with nutrition guidance, free gym membership and a personal training session, advice on mindset and the support of a group all aiming to improve their health and fitness. Last year those who took part in the Pounds for Pounds challenge lost a total of 15.5 stone in weight over the 12 week programme.
Speaking about the challenge, Tracey Bravo, Community Fundraising Manager, said: “For anyone who has struggled to get fitter or eat more healthily then this is the programme for them. The advice and support of experts, combined with group support, really makes a difference and keeps participants engaged and motivated. This isn’t about quick fixes, it’s about participants making changes that have a lasting impact on them and their family, for years to come.”
The programme is open to anyone over the age of 18 with the aim of improving participants’ health, nutrition and fitness. There is a £25 registration fee and participants must raise a minimum of £400 in sponsorship. For more information, and to register, visit: www.peacehospicecare.org.uk/poundsforpounds
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Peace Hospice Care needs £5 million a year to run its free services. Now, for every £1 of income received less than 20p of that comes from the NHS