Weigh to go! March Slimming World leader at prestigious event

PUBLISHED: 16:15 13 August 2018 | UPDATED: 16:15 13 August 2018

Helen Moore, Slimming World consultant.

Helen Moore, Slimming World consultant.

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A March Slimming World consultant is celebrating after being recognised for her exceptional work supporting people in the Fenland area to achieve their dream weight.

Helen Moore, was one of 100 high-achieving team developers from across the UK invited to Slimming World’s thank you day.

There are more than 1,500 members in Helen’s Fenland groups with a total weight loss of 1,500 stones in the last year - the equivalent of nine and a half cars.

Helen said: “Being recognised isn’t just a triumph for me but also for the 1,512 members and consultants in the Fenland team groups.

“They’re the ones who make each group the success it is, with their fabulous energy, the warm welcome they give to new members and the wonderful compassionate support they show to each other every week.

“It was a real honour to be invited to the special day. It was so inspirational from start to finish.

“To have had the opportunity to meet and share ideas with other top-performing consultants and managers was an experience I’ll never forget.

“I left Derbyshire brimming with ideas and raring to get home, and there’s no doubt the insight will enable me to improve the support I give to other consultants in the area so anyone who attends Slimming World in March, including the members who attend my Slimming World group each week, get the very best possible service and support to achieve their weight-loss dreams.”

Helen, who became a consultant in 2008, was invited to share her tips.

The guests also heard from motivational speaker and author Michael Heppell.

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