FENLAND: Slimming World club organisers meet TV star John Barrowman

PUBLISHED: 12:20 08 January 2009 | UPDATED: 08:50 02 June 2010

A dream came true for Valerie Stanford and Georgina Plumb when they met TV star and multi-talented performer John Barrowman at Slimming World’s glitzy Awards Ceremony at the ICC in Birmingham recently.

A dream came true for Valerie Stanford and Georgina Plumb when they met TV star and multi-talented performer John Barrowman at Slimming World’s glitzy Awards Ceremony at the ICC in Birmingham recently.

TWO Fenland slimming club organisers were introduced to TV star John Barrowman when they attended an awards ceremony in Birmingham. Valerie Stanford and Georgina Plumb both work for Slimming World and met Mr Barrowman who was guest of honour. Valerie and

TWO Fenland slimming club organisers were introduced to TV star John Barrowman when they attended an awards ceremony in Birmingham.

Valerie Stanford and Georgina Plumb both work for Slimming World and met Mr Barrowman who was guest of honour.

Valerie and Georgina run weekly groups at Wisbech St Mary Social Club, Wisbech St Mary; Elme Hall Hotel, Wisbech; the Bricstan Rooms, Beside Chatteris Parish Church; and the King Edward Centre, Chatteris.

"Valerie and Georgina are special because they are helping people to achieve their dreams every week," said Mr Barrowman. "It really is a pleasure to meet them."

Slimming World's Annual Awards ceremony recognises the achievements of successful slimmers throughout the country.

New members who join in January can take advantage of a special half price membership offer, while the new flexible Extra Easy eating plan provides the perfect introduction to Slimming World. For more information call Valerie Stanford on 01945 410448 or Georgina Plumb on 01354 694234.


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