Slimmers donate festive leftovers

PUBLISHED: 12:12 09 February 2006 | UPDATED: 11:33 04 May 2010

SNACK HAPPY: Madge Wright, Sharon Heaps, Gladys Halford, Donna Laws, Annie Cousins, Fiona Murphy and Hilda Hurrell.  	Photo: HELEN SOUTH

SNACK HAPPY: Madge Wright, Sharon Heaps, Gladys Halford, Donna Laws, Annie Cousins, Fiona Murphy and Hilda Hurrell. Photo: HELEN SOUTH

MEMBERS of Littleport Slimming World donated an array of treats and goodies to Laburnum Lodge this week as part of the group s annual sin bin snack amnesty. Each year the group prevents over-indulgence at Christmas by donating all the leftover goodies,

Madge Wright, Gladys Halford and Annie Cousins.

MEMBERS of Littleport Slimming World donated an array of treats and goodies to Laburnum Lodge this week as part of the group's annual "sin bin" snack amnesty.

Each year the group prevents over-indulgence at Christmas by donating all the leftover goodies, including crisps, chocolate, cakes and puddings, towards a sin bin that is then given over to a worthy cause.

This year, the group chose Laburnum Lodge inVictoria Street.

"The pleasure it gives me to ring them and say they have an enormous amount of goodies coming their way is fantastic," said Sharon Heaps, consultant for the group.

"They can distribute them to the residents or a raffle to raise funds.


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