Gainsborough: Slimming World manager meets Peter Andre at awards night

Peter Andre with Gainsborough Slimming World manager, Katie Trever
Peter Andre with Gainsborough Slimming World manager, Katie Trever

A Slimming World manager from Gainsborough says meeting singer and TV presenter Peter Andre was the perfect way to get set for a super-slimming start to 2015.

Katie Trever, who manages Slimming World groups in Gainsborough, was thrilled to get a chance to meet Peter when he co-hosted the Slimming World Awards with the organisation’s chair and founder Margaret Miles-Bramwell OBE.

Katie said meeting the singer was a wonderful way to round off what’s been a great 12 months for Slimming World, as well as the perfect way to kick start another successful year.

She said: “I’m so proud of all of our members in Gainsborough.”

“They’ve lost fantastic amounts of weight throughout 2014, with many of them reaching their target weights and improving their health substantially.”

“It’s so rewarding to see people achieve things that they didn’t think possible before losing weight, whether that’s wearing smaller-sized clothes, taking up new hobbies, reducing medication or being able to do more with their family and friends.”

“Meeting Peter was a real treat, he was such a nice guy, and a great way to celebrate all of that.”

“Now I feel powered up and I can’t wait to help those members hold on to all of the fabulous changes they’ve made and support even more people to become happier and healthier in 2015.”

Peter said he was delighted to meet Katie at the event, which was held at Birmingham’s International Convention Centre.

He said: “At the awards I met lots of people who’ve lost incredible amounts of weight and it has completely transformed their lives and their families’ lives too.”

“They’re eating more healthily and being more active, and so are their families.”

“And every single one of them told me that they couldn’t have made those changes without the support of their Slimming World group and their Consultant, so people like Katie who run and manage the groups are clearly very important.”