Southrepps woman who lost four stone to launch north Norfolk slimmers support group

Susie Coney, from Southrepps, lost four stone with the Mundesley Slimming World. Photo: Susie Coney

Susie Coney, from Southrepps, lost four stone with the Mundesley Slimming World. Photo: Susie Coney - Credit: Archant

A north Norfolk woman is relaunching a dieting support group for residents in a coastal village.

Mrs Coney reached her target weight after nine months and dropped four dress sizes. Photo: Susie Con

Mrs Coney reached her target weight after nine months and dropped four dress sizes. Photo: Susie Coney - Credit: Archant

Susie Coney, 62, from Southrepps is set to reopen the Mundesley slimming world group on Tuesday, October 2.

Mrs Coney lost more than four stone ahead of a once-in-a-lifetime motorcycle tour of France and Spain, with her husband John, 63.

She said: 'I had been a member of Slimming World years ago and successfully lost weight.

'When I walked through the doors at the Mundesley group in May 2017 I was greeted in the same friendly, way as before and felt at ease.

Mrs Coney said the weight loss had given her back her health and confidence. Photo: Susie Coney

Mrs Coney said the weight loss had given her back her health and confidence. Photo: Susie Coney - Credit: Archant


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'It's a fantastic regime and no foods are prohibited - even fish and chips.'

And after nine months, Mrs Coney hit her goal weight and had dropped four dress sizes.

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She said: 'It has given me back health and confidence.'

The group will meet at the Royal Hotel, Mundesley, on October 2 at 5.30pm.

Mrs Coney wanted to lose weight for the trip of a lifetime with her husband John. Photo: Susie Coney

Mrs Coney wanted to lose weight for the trip of a lifetime with her husband John. Photo: Susie Coney - Credit: Archant

For more information on joining the group, call 07944 753764.

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