In a statement about administrators being called in to two business run by Rosemary Conley. the Leicestershire fitness expert stressed fitness classes up and down the country would not be affected. She said:
It is business as usual for all the classes around the country. But for the core business the Board and I have had to make this difficult decision.
It’s a day which the team and I have worked incredibly hard to try to avoid but the Board and I believe that this is the most responsible course of action to take. We hope that the process of administration will give us more options and help us to transform the business through new investment”.
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