PERSONAL trainer Sue Taylor is to re-launch her Slinky Chicks fitness club with a charity event on Saturday September 3rd.
The event takes place at her studio in Epworth’s High Street, between 10am and 2pm. Guest of honour will be Alex Strong, who suffers from a rare form of childhood leukaemia, and the event will raise funds for PACT – (Parents Association of Children with Tumours and Leukaemia – based at Sheffield, where Alex gets his treatment.
Sue says she guarantees to get women of the Isle in tip top shape in just 28 days. She said: “Slinky Chicks is an exclusive club for real women who have tried everything else and are now determined to get the results they deserve.”
Visitors viewing the newly expanded Lifestyle Matters studio at the event will be given a free list of Top Ten Fitness Fixes, along with tried and tested healthy recipes and in return will be asked to make a donation to PACT.
The first place on the course, worth £175, will be given free to the woman who can tell her why she should be the very first Slinky Chick. Six places are available on each course, and the first starts on September 12th. Forms can be downloaded from www.lifestylematters.me.uk, or phone 01427 874881 or 07912 367300.