Swimming for Weight Management Service Patients

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As a weight management service patient myself, I understand these obstacles completely. I am a fully qualified swimming instructor for 26 years and am an updated qualified lifeguard. Any patient who would like company and reassurance going to a pool, I would be available to join them at a convenient time and location. No charge involved apart from the cost of the public swim fee. Patients supporting each other to improve our quality of lives is important to me. If you love to swim, let’s do it!

Please contact me at susiebirney@gmail.com to make arrangements.
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