Sue has been in the field of injury rehabilitation and exercise for more than 10 years. She is a trained pilates instructor, a pre- and post-natal exercise specialist, and she also does swiss ball and functional training for daily living activities. Exercise programmes (all one-on-one except pilates) can be tailor made to suit individual requirements.
Sue paints herself as the Rosa Klebb of the swiss ball. But sessions are actually fun (ish) and the benefit is palpable. Her sports injury background means she is brilliant for bad backs, poor posture and other gremlins - as well as sweating off the pounds.
Toby, I agree the overriding prelbom is the traffic issue. I don't have an argument with you about that.But the thing is, people here are using whatever arguments they can muster to disagree with the Sainsburys proposal, and most of those arguments aren't valid.I've read that people will shop in the proposed Sainsburys and then get back in their cars and go home that's rubbish.I've heard that some of the Peace Park will be taken away to widen the road that's rubbish.I've heard that residents of Market Road will have to pay for parking bays that's rubbishI've heard that people want mixed development instead of a major supermarket that's not an option. It's not commercially viable and so it's not a viable argument.Thrapston needs a major supermarket. The Council knows that Thrapston needs a major supermarket and the proposal could well go through on that basis. Thrapston needs this investment, the jobs it will bring, the money it will bring and the regeneration it will bring.The prelbom is that Market Road isn't ideal for the amount of traffic it will also bring.That's why I said on another thread on this website that STAG should back the Scotts proposal.I was then accused of working for Scotts.Indeed I've been accused of working for Scotts AND Blesoes, and also the planning committee.I'm a resident of Thrapston who cares about the town and it's prosperity and future, it's as simple as that.I don't work for ANYONE.But Thrapston needs a major supermarket. Thrapston is a dead and dying town and that won't improve without a major supermarket to bring people here and give Thrapston prosperity for the future.There is no point saying that STAG wants mixed development for the Cattle Market site, that's not an option.What IS an option, is a supermarket on an alternative site Scotts.We need a major supermarket, there is no question about that, the issue is where it's built.Scotts is a better site as regards traffic, but the people involved with STAG are so blinkered that when I said backing that option is the best way of trying to stop Sainsburys coming to the cattle market site, I was accused of working for Scotts.You all have to face the facts, stop making up spurious arguments that no-one is going to listen to, and get real.The only way you will stop Sainsburys is get get behind Scotts to have a supermarket built on that site instead of the cattle market.
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