Health & Wellbeing Forum

The Health & Wellbeing Forum will support Chamber members and the wider business community by providing an environment and opportunities that encourage members to lead healthy lives and enable them to make choices that support their mental, emotional and physical wellbeing.

The aims of the forum are to:

  • To provide guidance and support to Chamber members on all things Health & Wellbeing
  • To promote Mental Health and Physical Health Awareness
  • To run a series of free and paid for workshops and training seminars
  • To provide up to date and relevant PR to Chamber members
  • To assist Chamber members in helping them create a H&W strategy

For further information contact the Chamber on 01709 386200 or email us.

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Health & Wellbeing Forum Board

Sarah & Andy Tattersfield 

Mission Nutrition 

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We are Andy and Sarah, a normal couple with two kids, a dog called Oscar and a cat called Bruce and a passion for health and fitness.    What we do is simple, we help people feel amazing!

Based at our Nutrition Club, Mission Nutrition in Wickersley,  we help people from all over the UK and the World to find an easy solution to being healthier and happier. We have helped 1000’s of people to lose weight, improve energy, improve sports performance and generally feel amazing!

Sean Robinson

Next Level Fitness 

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Next Level Fitness is a break away from the traditional view of the intimidating gym environment. We believe that fitness should be inclusive for everyone and our message is ‘Whatever your shape, size or ability level you are welcome here’.

Next Level Fitness is about community and fitness. To us, the health and wellbeing benefits of working out in a group of like-minded people is as important as the fitness session itself.

I’ve joined the health and wellbeing forum as I believe in the chamber’s mission to promote health and wellbeing in the workplace and to share our message that fitness is accessible at all levels and situations.

Mark Smith 

Make Your Mark UK

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Make Your Mark UK is a training, coaching and consultancy aimed at helping businesses and charities to be better.

Mark champions the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SGD) 3, good health and wellbeing and in particular raises awareness about mental health and challenging stigma. As 2020 JCI International Vice President, Mark has spoken on several panel discussions on the subject.

Sarah-Jane Johnston


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evolution34 (Nutrition and Pilates) was foundered to work with my clients (B2C) and B2B clients and their team to solve problems they struggle with and don’t have to, making small changes can lead to the massive improvements they dream of.


My fascination with nutrition comes from being a child suffering with constant stomach pain, being a young adult not functioning as I wanted to at work, having event clients worried about me in meetings, health care professionals did all they could even having a small exploratory operation at the age of 21.  My hairdresser recommended that I try a Nutritionist! Andy changed my life within 2-months of analysing my food diaries, listening to me, and understanding my hectic lifestyle he told me I had a severe wheat allergy.  Within a month I felt amazing.

I now gift those I work with my knowledge, passion, and proven system to Identify, Ignite, and Integrate so others become unstuck like me.

Mike Lawrence

Wellbeing & Workplace Management Consultant

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Mike offers a unique and personalised service as a wellbeing practitioner. He’s gained national and international acclaim having helped thousands of company employees through lectures and workshops on stress, anxiety and depression leading to improved morale, motivation, confidence and mental wellbeing—recognised as one of the top wellbeing practitioners in the Sheffield City Region for trust, value and customer service.

Bethany Cudworth

Westfield Health

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We are Westfield Health

For over 100 years we have been dedicated to making a healthy difference to the quality of life of our customers and the communities in which they live and work.

We do that by delivering evidence-based health and wellbeing solutions that support people, communities and workplaces to be healthier. We know that healthy people are happier and more productive, and our vision is to work with like-minded people and businesses to inspire healthy choices.

Your people are your greatest asset, that’s why we’re committed to supporting businesses in putting their health and wellbeing first.

Christine Coates

U Transition Ltd

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Chrissie specialises in leadership coaching and development empowering results driven, high achieving business owners to drive growth and success through their teams.

Chrissie firmly believes that cultivating a strong foundation of management and leadership knowledge and skills has transformative effects. It not only enables the creation of exceptional work environments where teams are motivated and inspired by confident and impactful leadership, but also plays a crucial role in mitigating the detrimental consequences of poor leadership practices on individuals and businesses. These consequences, including stress, frustration, disengagement, and demotivation all of which can contribute to the decline of mental health within the business.

She is an NLP Master Practitioner,  NLP Coach with extensive executive coaching experience, a Harrison Assessments Talent Solutions Consultant and has diverse experience coaching and training within logistics, retail, manufacturing, supply chain, finance, commercial functions, veterinary and law.

Heather Chapman

Wheely Healthy

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Heather Chapman, MSc, mBANT, CNHC, is a Registered Nutritional Therapist and Nutritionist. She specialises in Neurological, Cardiovascular, Autoimmune and Metabolic disorders, as all these can lead to loss of mobility. As a wheelchair user herself, current wheelchair users are also an area of specialism. Nutritional Therapy involves using nutrition science to help the individual achieve optimal health and vitality. A nutritional therapist will thoroughly assess your health, diet and lifestyle to identify any dietary imbalances and contributory lifestyle factors to your symptoms and health concerns. Heather offers a free 121 to discover if Nutritional Therapy is for you. Plus, a discount for BR Chamber members. She is currently undertaking a PhD in disability and nutrition, an understudied area of science.

Sherry Richardson

Hats By Sherry

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Sherry Richardson, a Professional milliner, has lived and worked in a rural part of South Yorkshire for most of her adult life and it has often been country life and the countryside which has inspired her work.

Sherry is passionate about passing on traditional skills, so they are not forgotten, but she also enjoys gaining new ground aspiring to a range of interesting, innovative ideas. She realises how important it is to help people adapt to change whatever their age.

As well as designing Bespoke Headpieces, Sherry runs various “well-being” workshops along with talks to share her life’s work, encouraging creativity as a great opportunity to unwind and have “time-out “.

Recently, she has been working with Bankfield Museum, Halifax for their exhibition ”A Hat for all Seasons“.

Andrew Rogers

Andrew Rogers Wealth Management Ltd

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I give financial advice to personal and corporate customers across the country, but mainly in South Yorkshire/North Midlands because of my Rotherham location.

This includes (but isn’t limited to) Investment Planning, Retirement Planning, Protection Planning, Mortgages/Equity Release, Inheritance Tax Planning and Long Term Care Fees Planning.

I am also involved with St. James’s Place Financial Education programme, which involves providing workshops in schools/colleges and Financial Wellbeing Programme’s to employers/employees.

I have worked in the financial services industry for over thirty years, so have built up numerous long standing relationships with clients and wider professional connections.

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