Gail Porter (and wealth panel) – Achieve Expo Bath 2017

Gail Porter (and wealth panel) – Achieve Expo Bath 2017

Assembly Rooms

£5.00 - £10.00

Gail Porter

Eighteen years ago, at the height of her fame, Gail Porter was quite literally one of the biggest stars in Britain. With a 100ft image of her bare bottom projected onto the Houses of Parliament, the children’s television presenter was one of the most in-demand broadcasters of her generation.

Forward to 2017 and having recently been declared bankrupt, having battled bi-polar, anorexia, and alopecia, Gail is now rebuilding her life. Coinciding with the launch of poignant autobiography, join enigmatic Gail as she recounts her Roller Coaster ride and offers hope to those in financial struggles.

Welcome To ACHIEVE!

Be inspired to achieve your health, wealth, happiness & wellbeing goals. Martin Roberts, TV Property Expert, star of ‘Homes Under The Hammer’ and ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’ invites you to his new Achieve expo in Bath this Autumn. The expo entry is free if you register at:

Visit over 50 stands run by leading brands, watch demonstrations and choose from 14 leading celebrity speakers to motivate and equip you with practical tips to help you on your way. Tickets for the celebrity speakers can be bought through Bath Box Office.

This FREE TO ATTEND EXPO EVENT* is completely visitor-focused and is a must-visit for anyone who wants to improve and enhance their life. For the first time, an event brings together the three main synergies of Health, Wealth and Happiness to help us tackle the challenges we all face on a daily basis.

• Two days of engaging, inspiring and motivational interactive seminars and talks
• Listen to and meet specialists in the fields of health, fitness, wealth creation and mindfulness
• The very LATEST in nutrition, vitality and alternative therapy
• Advice on wealth creation and turning your dreams into reality
• Over 50 exhibitors offering relevant and inspirational products

50% discount on speaker tickets for students, NHS workers, fire, police and ambulance services personnel and current and former members of the armed forces.