After a short Summer break OUR SUPPER CLUB SERIES IS BACK!

Kicking off PAINT HALE PINK week (12th – 17th October) the first in the series is all about PREVENTION. We all know prevention is better than a cure and this Supper Club is all about how you can reduce your risk of disease and terminal illness. With author of “The 2 Day Diet” Dr Michelle Harvie as our special guest speaker and a nutritious 3 course meal included in the price it’s going to be a wonderful evening for a cause that affects too many of us. We hope the evening will raise loads of money for the PREVENT Breast Cancer charity to kick PAINT HALE PINK week off in style!


Thursday 12th October 7-10pm


The Garden, Hale

What’s included?

Welcome Drink

3 Course Meal

Special Guest Speaker Dr Michelle Harvie

Ballon Raffle (£10 per balloon – prize in every balloon!)


Dr Michelle Harvie is a research dietitian at the Nightingale Centre, University Hospital South Manchester Trust. She qualified as a dietitian in 1991 and was awarded a PhD for studies of weight gain in cancer patients in 2000. Her current programme of work commenced in 2001 and is researching optimum diet and exercise strategies to prevent breast cancer and its recurrence. Her work is largely supported by the Prevent Breast Cancer Appeal (formerly Genesis) and includes intervention and epidemiological studies. Her scientific findings have been published in many major scientific publications and she was awarded the British Dietetic Association Rose Simmond’s Award for best published dietetic research 2005 for her work on weight gain amongst breast cancer patients receiving adjuvant chemotherapy.
Dr Harvie is a member of the Breast Cancer Campaign Scientific Advisory Committee and the WCRF/AICR protocol development group for cancer survivors as part of WCRF/AICR Continuous Update Project. Dr Harvie also advises the leading breast cancer charities (Breakthrough Breast Cancer, Breast Cancer Care, Prevent Breast Cancer Appeal (formerly Genesis), Breast Cancer Campaign) on their delivery of lifestyle advice. She represents the British Dietetic Association on the National Research Forum for Allied Health Professions (RFAHP) and national Rehabilitation Workforce Project Cancer Action Team to provide lifestyle advise patients after a cancer diagnosis. She was a nominee for UK Women of the Year award, 2009, and Manchester Health Woman of the year 2007, and has published the Prevent Breast Cancer (formerly Genesis) Breast Cancer Prevention Diet (Rodale 2006).

The 2-Day Diet is the original, clinically proven intermittent diet to get you slim and healthy. Unlike other 5:2 diets, there’s no calorie counting, fasting or skipping meals. To reach your perfect weight simply follow the low-carb plan for two days a week, then for the rest of the week eat normally but sensibly with the help of the healthy eating guidelines. The 2-Day Diet is easy to fit around the tastes and appetites of any non-dieters in your life, such as friends and family, and all author proceeds go to Prevent Breast Cancer Appeal (formerly Genesis).

The 5:2 Diet
In this new simplified edition acclaimed scientists Dr Michelle Harvie and Prof Tony Howell at Prevent Breast Cancer (formerly Genesis) have made it even easier to succeed on The 2-Day Diet. Expect to lose weight, twice as much fat and more centimetres around your waist than you would on a standard calorie-controlled diet. You can also benefit from the numerous other health benefits associated with this diet, including: reduced cancer risks; lowered high blood pressure; anti-ageing effects; and improved well-being, mood and energy levels.