Tarvin Community Centre
Edna Rose Room of Tarvin Community Centre
Tarvin Community Centre
By Tarvin Webteam - 12th March 2019 6:00am
On September 30th last year, we reported that Fiona Quarterman, a mum of three from Beeston, who had shed 5 stones by following the Weight Watchers Freestyle Programme, was set to open a new WW group in Tarvin.
WW have now announced that, 15 months after joining, Fiona has now shed a total of 6.5 stones, and alongside her goal of improving her overall health, it was now possible to fit in a standard aeroplane seat-belt and, therefore, she would also be able to achieve a further goal of comfortably flying to Iceland to continue her passion for photography. Feeling confident and proud of what she had achieved, Fiona achieved her ambition on February 22nd when she travelled with her family to Iceland.
Leading by example, Fiona continues to run the Tarvin group that offers the WW Freestyle Programme's three pillar approach of food, exercise and mindset, focussing not just on weight loss but overall health and wellbeing. The weekly meetings are now held at 17.30 in the Tarvin Community Centre.
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