Cranbrook Slimming World members get Pretty Muddy for charity

PUBLISHED: 07:00 16 September 2018

Cranbrook Slimming World members (back L-R) Gemma Wheatland, Kate Rouse, Daisy Wynn, Charlotte Tomlinson, Tammie Clarke; (front row) consultant Kirsty Bailey and Kim Collins.

Cranbrook Slimming World members (back L-R) Gemma Wheatland, Kate Rouse, Daisy Wynn, Charlotte Tomlinson, Tammie Clarke; (front row) consultant Kirsty Bailey and Kim Collins.

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A group of members from the Slimming World group in Cranbrook got together to raise money for Cancer research - by taking part in this years Pretty Muddy 5km event at Westpoint.

The members pictured have lost a combined weight of 27.5 stone.

Cranbrook’s Slimming World consultant, Kirsty Bailey, also took part in the charity effort. She said: “I’m so proud of every single one of my members that took part in the event. I get to help people change their lives.

“What an honour and privilege to get to witness their transformations and be with them on this very special milestone achievement for them.”

The Cranbrook Slimming World group together raised more than £1,700 for Cancer Research UK. The Slimming World groups are put on every Thursday at 5.30pm and 7.30pm and Fridays at 9:30am at the Younghayes centre in Cranbrook.

For more information call Kirsty on 07908944562.

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