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Wellbeing workshop allows healthy choices in King’s Lynn

Purfleet Trust presentation of Pathway to Wellbeing workshop certificates at the Olive Branch cafe, Hillington Square. Back LtoR - Linda Birdseye, Teresa Rhodes, Sara Castleton, Chris Borrmann, Damion Gifkins, Sarah Chasney. Front LtoR - Celia Lancaster and Mandie Lewis. ANL-140317-121937001

Purfleet Trust presentation of Pathway to Wellbeing workshop certificates at the Olive Branch cafe, Hillington Square. Back LtoR - Linda Birdseye, Teresa Rhodes, Sara Castleton, Chris Borrmann, Damion Gifkins, Sarah Chasney. Front LtoR - Celia Lancaster and Mandie Lewis. ANL-140317-121937001

The Purfleet Trust in Lynn has just completed its first eight-week Pathway to Wellbeing workshop, thanks to funding from Enable East.
The aim is to improve confidence and provide information on healthier lifestyle choices.

Mandie Lewis, from the trust, said: “The workshops have been a great success and clients have really enjoyed them.”

The picture shows the presentation of Pathway to Wellbeing work shop certificates at the Olive Branch café in Hillington Square on Thursday of last week. Back, from left, Linda Birdseye, Teresa Rhodes, Sara Castleton, Chris Borrmann, Damion Gifkins, Sarah Chasney. Front, Celia Lancaster and Mandie Lewis.

Photo: PAUL TIBBS MLNF14PT03178

 

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