Tag Archives: Mandy Beer

Well done Mandy from Stirling

Fantastic Festival

I have to say what am amazing women Mandy Beer is, she ran an wonderful festival on Sunday in Stirling and I hear all the children has an amazing time.

Well done Mandy, it was a lot of hard work for you, I know you worked many long hours to pull the festival together.

To find out about Mandy’s FitKid classes and parties, please email her at mandy@fitkid.co.uk

 

 

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Come and join in the fun at the Official Scottish National Motorshow this weekend

LazyTown Sports Club will be appearing on Sunday at the Official Scottish National motorshow at Knockhill from 12pm performing a free class to entertain the children attending the event…Knockhill’s Stig may even join in! To find out more contact Mandy@fitkid.co.uk or call 08445 605451

LazyTown, LazyTown, LazyTown..

Mandy has just sent me this great photo of her having fun with Children at a school in Renfrewshire to assist with raising Funds for Chest Heart Stroke Scotland. During the lunchbreak, all Mandy could hear were the children shouting LazyTown, LazyTown, LazyTown in the playground.

Inverclyde Leisure bring LazyTown Sports Club to Greenock Leisure Centre

I am really excited to announce that Inverclyde Leisure have teamed up with FitKid to offer a FREE trial of the LazyTown Sports Club at the Greenock Sports Centre on Thursday 19th May enabling children to experience the fun of LazyTown in an activity class.

 The class will be delivered by Mandy Beer who is our franchisee within the Stirling and West Lothian area and is very well known for her motivation and dedication to help children lead a healthy lifestyle. Mandy has told me of the excitement to show the children of Inverclyde how much fun they can have at a LazyTown Sports club session. So remember to book your place early as demand for places will no doubt be very high!

Alison King, for Inverclyde Leisure is looking forward to the classes “We are very excited to welcome Mandy to Greenock Leisure Centre and after this trial we hope to offer the programme starting in the Greenock Sports Centre hence enabling the children of Inverclyde to participate in a programme which will be lots of fun and help to improve their health” 

This is great news for the children of Inverclyde, and we are really excited to be helping them to lead a healthy lifestyle.

 For more info on the class and to book a place on the FREE trail, please call Greenock Sports Centre on 01475 715766.

Mia Recieves her LazyTown Sports Club Trophy

Mia was a very happy and proud girl when she received her trophy for completing 50 hours of the LazyTown Sports Club at the Bridge of Allan Class in Scotland.  Mandy Beer, our franchisee was really pleased to present the trophy to Mia at the class. Mia is part of the national LazyTown membership scheme, which rewards children on participation of the classes.  The children gain different LazyTown character stickers for each class they attend, and are rewarded with a bronze medal after completing 10 hours, a silver medal after 30 hours and then the special LazyTown Sports Club  trophy at 50 hours! Well done Mia

Mandy helps raise funds in the memory of Alexis Rose

Today I was speaking with Mandy, who is my franchisee in Scotland and she told me about a fundraising event she will be helping at soon in memory of Alexis Rose.

It brought tears to my eyes when she told me the story below –

“Alexis Rose Tribute Fund”

Alexis Rose, our beautiful baby daughter, was 16 months old when she died very suddenly of meningitis this year. She had bags of personality and was by nature a fighter- born nearly 3 months early and weighing 2lb 12 ounces she spent a while in hospital alongside her twin sister but quickly grew in strength. She was always laughing and making us laugh, we will never forget her toothy smile and the way she would look over to make sure people were watching before she did something naughty. She was so happy and healthy and we never dreamed that anything could ever take her away from us, but meningitis ended her life within hours. We have decided to continue Alexis’s fight and refuse to let meningitis beat us by raising money to fund research into this terrible illness.

This is a very sad story and I hope the fundraising that Mandy is assisting with, will help to raise vital funds to aid the research into meningitis.

To find out how you can help, please email mandy@fitkid.co.uk

Mandy helps to raise funds for CHAS in Scotland

Mandy Beer who is based in Stirling Scotland is helping CHAS raise funds for its vital work.

She contacted me to let me know  that she has been booked to provide a whole day of LTSC to children from P1 to P5 at a Glasgow primary school in May

Mandy will run 8 LazyTown Sports Club classes throughout the day and money raised is for chest heart stroke scotland.

If your child is in school in Scotland and you would like to raise money for CHSS by having the LazyTown Sports C lub team teach at their school please ask the school to email mandy@fitkid.co.uk for more details.