Each week, Pounds of Pounds individuals have been weighed and given a dietary or train problem to assist spur them on.
The winners have been those that lost probably the most weight and people who raised essentially the most cash.
The two feminine winners have been Ellis Lance and Alison Whittall who obtained a free makeover, haircut and blow dry from HOB Salons in Hatch End.
Ellis, a receptionist at Mount Vernon Hospital Cancer Centre, acquired the makeover on her birthday after elevating £550, probably the most cash of all the women.
Ellis’s good friend Bethany handed away on the hospice aged 21 so she wished to maintain her thought alive in addition to shedding some weight.
Alison Whittall, headteacher at Hyde Heath Infant School in Amersham lost 16lbs, probably the most weight of all the women.
Her father was given respite care at Michael Sobell Hospice and he or she additionally lost two shut pals who handed away on the hospice.
Alison has additionally been concerned in elevating a lot of cash for the hospice at a number of of their occasions.
Hairdresser Natasha Goss and Rush Shah gave up their free time to offer the haircuts.
Chloe Rumball, salon supervisor from HOB Hatch End stated “We usually participate in charity fundraisers by donating raffle prizes or holding our personal raffles and cake gross sales however this was a very nice technique to give again to those that have devoted their time to boost cash and with their weight reduction full the journey to creating them appear and feel fabulous, while all being for an incredible trigger.”
Eddie I’Sullivan a trustee at MSH lost essentially the most weight inside the group general dropping 22lbs, and has raised almost £P,000, in fact Eddie has kindly supplied the makeover to the 2 profitable women within the group.
The complete occasion raised over £3,000. Next yr the hospice hopes to make it an excellent greater occasion and entice a bigger variety of members.