Taking small steps can lead to big changes
Martin Roberts kicked off his own lifestyle transformation while in the Australian jungle as a contestant on the hugely popular ITV show I’m a Celebrity…Get me out of Here.
Some of it was forced on him due to the quality of the food provided, you may recall Martin wasn’t too keen on the rice and beans! However, Martin’s work schedule and family commitments over the last decade has meant that time to focus on his own personal health and well-being was not always a top priority.
His time in the jungle forced a break from these commitments and gave him time to reflect on his diet and fitness. In just under 3 weeks Martin lost an incredible 2 stone and cured himself of lifelong Asthma.Since returning home he has continued with the changes, which have resulted in him being happier and healthier- something which he intends to make a long term goal.
Achieve will be supporting the work of the newly created charity, The Martin Roberts Foundation and the work it is associated with, which supports carefully selected educational and well-being initiatives and projects for children and young people.
2018 Event Location
The Passenger Shed, Station Approach, Bristol BS1 6QH
Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th October.
Brunel’s Old Station
Brunel’s Old Station offers an outstanding Grade 1 listed Victorian building and is one of the largest events venues in the South West.
As one of the oldest train stations in the world, Brunel’s original adjoining Passenger Shed is now an atmospheric and beautiful historic event venue and is an excellent and easily accessible location adjoining Temple Meads Railway Station in the centre of Bristol, which has direct links in from London, Cardiff and indeed all over the country.