Under the hood

Interested to find out what makes our interventions different from the rest? Check out more details about our programmes below.

BeeZee for All

A weight management support group for everyone to create sustainable, healthy changes in an inclusive, mixed environment.

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BeeZee Dogs

A weight management course designed for dog owners (or borrowers!) who want to lose weight and get fit with their four-legged friend.

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A weight management support group for men looking to get fitter, feel healthier and lose weight.

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BeeZee Ladies

A weight management support group for women looking to make sustainable, healthy changes.

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BeeZee Bumps

An antenatal social group dedicated to creating healthy habits and supporting one another throughout pregnancy.

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BeeZee Mums

A post-natal social group dedicated to creating healthy habits for new families.

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BeeZee Families

Behaviour change course designed for overweight children and young people and their families.

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BeeZee Chat

One to one weight management support delivered over the phone or online for people who can’t, or don't want to, attend group sessions.

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An evidence-based family support service for people with children under 5 to help people make small changes with big benefits.

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Habit before the habit is the behaviour change engine which underpins all our programmes and helps people make longe term sustainable change towards a healthier lifestyle.

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