Sue Andrews in the Media.

Below you will find some of the events and activities that Sue has taken part in recently.

We were delighted to receive some very nice comments about our recent Martinis & Murder events, healthy living workshops for adults and teenageers with a light hearted murder mystery combined with martinis made with fresh fruit and veg.

Cleckheaton event
‘We really enjoyed the healthy eating event. We learnt a lot of new things about fruit and veg. everybody had a good laugh and really enjoyed tasting the different juices.’

‘Had a good lesson. Learnt a lot of good tips about fruit and vegetables.’

Birstall event
‘What a lovely way to spend an afternoon. Gets the brain motivated,
meeting new people, very good.’

‘I absolutely enjoyed this, it was very entertaining and I had a great time.’

Heckmondwike event
I learnt a lot, any chance to see them again please. I learnt about making juice and healthy food to eat and drink.

‘I learnt how to make fruit juices. I learnt about the health benefits. I really enjoyed it. I liked it very much.’

‘Excellent- very informative, friendly atmosphere, mystery murder fun.’

Pupils from Belmont House School were awarded the winners of a Healthy
Snack poster competition organised by the Western Health and Social Care
Trust (Western Trust) Health Promotion Department and sponsored by Belly
Busters Game Inc. read more here

A Great Barr storyteller who has designed a healthy-eating board game to tackle obesity has launched the product with support from Advantage West Midlands' Innovation Networks fund.

After being developed with the help of her daughter, Sue has tested the game on pupils at Whitecrest Primary School in Great Barr and was even featured on TV's Dragon's Den. 18/04/2007 for more click here

Sue has been working with the BBC during their recent RaW tour of England.
She appeared at the Storytelling Cafe, an evening of story telling for adults.

To find out more about RAW Family Storytelling see here

The BBC Raw home page is here

Sue is a skilled story teller and has her own series of stories, or can tell traditional stories, to a wide range of children.

Kids from Keyworth Junior School learned more recently about the environment playing the new Global Warning game - led by Rushcliffe Borough Council's
Community Energy Officer, Sheila Hood.

“The teacher loved the new game - "it reinforced all our environmental work and highlighted any misconceptions and gaps in the children's knowledge and will allow us to fill these gaps."
Read more here


Dudley Metropolitan Council purchase “Global Warning”! for every school in the Borough.

Other Links featuring Sue or Bellybusters

“Thanks – our event on Friday we used the game in our taster session, " the school nurses all enjoyed playing in fact some of them were so competitive that they had to complete the game".

Carnell Bell-Smith
Manchester NHS

Just a quick email to say thank-you very much.
" I have just worked with 4 different year groups at St.Boniface Primary school on the Belly Buster game and it went brilliantly! "

Nicol Kinsell
Salford Business Education Partnership

“So it seems that the Belly Busters game may prove to be a useful tool to add to our box of tricks in the continued effort to beat childhood obesity and inactivity. It encourages kids to think more about what they are putting into their bellies and gets them moving in a fun and engaging way. But perhaps the most important factor in terms of how useful the Belly Busters game may be is that it has gained the approval of those who really matter – the children it was designed for.”

British Dietetic Association