Events planned to empower and support Great Yarmouth girls

Composite image of Lindsey Gray-Read and her daughters.

Victorious Living's #ForYou sessions will work on improving the wellbeing of girls and young women. - Credit: Supplied

Wellbeing sessions aimed at supporting and empowering girls and young women are taking place in Great Yarmouth from February.

Lindsey Gray-Read, a mother from Lowestoft, is offering a free six-week course for 10 to 14 year old girls to help them tackle issues such as self-confidence, finding hobbies and body image.

The event, which is called #ForYou, will take place from 10am at St George's Theatre Cafe, starting from Saturday, February 26.

Lindsey Gray-Read's daughters wearing Victorious Living branded hoodies.

Sessions aimed at empowering girls and young women will be taking place in Great Yarmouth from February. - Credit: Supplied

Mrs Gray-Read, 35 and originally from Bradwell, hosted online fitness and wellbeing events for families and young women during lockdown with her company Victorious Living.

Mrs Gray-Read realised that many of the girls in her sessions suffered with anxiety, low self-esteem and said their only hobbies were TikTok.

She said: "I just felt if I could help young girls get interested in fitness, healthy lifestyles and grounded with a hobby, I think they would be better off than just looking at a screen."

The sessions will encourage girls to talk about body image, healthy living habits and exploring other hobbies such as arts and crafts.

Lindsey Gray-Read wearing blue sports apparel.

Lindsey Gray-Read wants to encourage girls and young women to live healthy and rich lives. - Credit: Supplied

For more information, visit the Victorious Living Facebook and Instagram.


Flyer for the #ForYou events

The #ForYou sessions will take place at St George's Theatre Cafe every Saturday for six weeks from February 26. - Credit: Victorious Living