Search

Newham slimming guru meets reality star Mark Wright

17:05 27 December 2012

Slimming World group leader Hannah Jeeves with reality TV star Mark Wright

Slimming World group leader Hannah Jeeves with reality TV star Mark Wright

Slimming World - submitted

The only way was star-struck for a weight-loss guru who met reality TV star Mark Wright at a swanky awards ceremony.

Hannah Jeeves, who runs weekly Slimming World groups in Tower Hamlets and Newham, was at the organisation’s annual bash in Birmingham recently to celebrate the year’s most successful dieters.

Mark Wright, who shot to fame on ITV’s The Only Way is Essex and now presents Take Me Out: The Gossip, hosted the ceremony.

He said: “I was absolutely blown away by the people who joined us on stage. I couldn’t believe how much weight they’d lost and what a difference it had made to their lives – they were like completely different people.”

Hannah, who runs groups at East Ham’s St Bartholomew’s Church in Barking Road every Tuesday, and at Oxford House in Derbyshire Street in Bethnal Green every Wednesday, was thrilled to get the chance to pose for a photo with Mark.

She said meeting the star was the perfect way to end 2012, and added: “At this time of year lots of people will be making New Year’s resolutions and pledging to lose weight, and we’d love anyone who wants to make a change to come along and join us.”

To find out more about local Slimming World groups, call Hannah on 07963 876299 or visit www.slimmingworld.com.

0 comments

Latest News Stories

The bombed bus in Tavistock Square on 7/7. Picture: Fiona Hanson/PA

Ten years on from the July 7 Islamist bombings that killed a Plaistow Muslim, community leaders are urging the borough to remain united in memory of the victims.

United Kingdom
The teenager was taken to hospital with serious head injuries

A teenager is fighting for her life after being hit by a car in Stratford last night.

08:57
Strike action by four unions looms for Wednesday, July 8

The entire tube network is set to grind to a halt from tomorrow evening, after a final pay offer was rejected by unions.

TfL
The number 30 double-decker bus in Tavistock Square which was blown up by a suicide bomber on 7/7. Picture: Peter Macdiarmid/PA

A minute’s silence will be held today to remember the 52 people killed in the 7/7 bombings a decade ago.

United Kingdom

Most read news

Competitions

Good times with Greenall's!

Good times with Greenall’s, a Great British gin sponsors Great British racing.

Read more
Escape to the picturesque sights of Cornwall

Summer is finally here, and what is the number one holiday location in the UK during the warmer months? Cornwall, of course!

Read more

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Newham Recorder e-edition today E-edition
Family Notices 24


Our trusted business finder