Wednesday 7 December 2016


Party Season Survival Guide at All Your Life

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Prepare for a sparkling party season in plenty of time, with a little help from All Your Life's nutritional therapist Caroline Peyton.

Forward thinking individuals who are already planning on preparing for the party season will be heading to All Your Life in Cheltenham this Thursday 11 November 2010.

This is when top nutritional therapist Caroline Peyton will be unleashing her top tips on losing weight for that special occasion.

Whether it be slimming for a fabulous festive party or maintaining a trim tum through all those turkey dinners, organisers promise Caroline will be offering invaluable advice for all ages.

Event:
Party Season Survival Guide
Venue
All Your Life
Dates:
Thursday 11 November 2010
Times:
From 6pm to 7pm
Admission:
Tickets cost £5, redeemable against future treatments
Telephone:
(01242) 222118

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Tuesday 26 October 2010

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