Boost for eating disorder sufferers

An event to raise awareness of an eating disorder charity was held at Ferry Meadows Country Park.

Sunday, 7th May 2017, 2:00 pm
Updated Tuesday, 9th May 2017, 6:53 pm
Professor Janet Treasure, Mandy Scott (co-founder), Sue Rattle (co-founder) and Leonie McCarthy (CEO) with Deputy Mayor Keith Sharp and Deputy Mayoress Christine Wilson at the Personalised Eating Disorder Support group launch event at Ferry Meadows EMN-170427-160922009

Personalised Eating Disorder Support held the event at the park to raise the profile of the cause, and raise funds for the charity. Along with the deputy mayor of PeterboroughCllr Keith Sharp and people who have received and given support, the charity was joined by film star Warwick Davis.

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Founder Mandy Scott thanked businesses for providing raffle prizes and said: “We are raising funds for the expansion of the charity, to provide more teaching across the area, groups for service users and for our retreat to the Pyrenees, planned for sufferers the first week of June this week which is a first of its kind and very exciting.” For more information about the charity, visit www.pedsupport.co.uk