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Weight loss group comes to South Norfolk parish after leader loses more than two stone

PUBLISHED: 10:37 08 January 2018 | UPDATED: 10:37 08 January 2018

Bev Hansey's transformation after joining a slimming group. Picture: Bev Hansey

Bev Hansey's transformation after joining a slimming group. Picture: Bev Hansey

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A slimmer who transformed her life by losing two and a half stone is using her success to shape a new career helping other people change their lives.

After joining a Slimming World Group, which was a 60-mile round trip, Bev Hansey has set up her own group in Long Stratton.

Ms Hansey said: “Support is really the most important thing. It all starts with feeling that you’re not alone.

“I couldn’t have lost all my weight without the weekly help. As someone who has lost weight myself I know the challenges people can face, which is why, along with the group, I will be there to support every one of my members all the way to their chosen target weight. 

Her Slimming World group will be held at Long Stratton High school every Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.

For more information or to join Bev’s group either go to the first session on January 16, or call 07912 849995.

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