Zest for health and success

Ashley Crookes, of sponsors Ogilvie Fleet/Sheffield Steelers, with Matt Dean, Karen Purnell, Abdul Abdulrub, Janet Skirrow, Dave Thornett and Isobel Thomas of Zest, community investment winner at the Sheffield Business Awards.
Ashley Crookes, of sponsors Ogilvie Fleet/Sheffield Steelers, with Matt Dean, Karen Purnell, Abdul Abdulrub, Janet Skirrow, Dave Thornett and Isobel Thomas of Zest, community investment winner at the Sheffield Business Awards.
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Zest Sheffield is a social enterprise offering services to enable everyone to lead successful and healthy lives.

The organisation, launched in 1998, is based at the Zest Centre in Upperthorpe, employs 54 people and turns over £1.5 million.

The Zest Centre includes a public swimming pool, exercise studio, gym, café, meetings rooms and offices for rent.

It also houses ‘Zest for Work,’ the organisation’s employment support unit, ‘Zest for Health’ which provides a range of services, including children’s weight management, exercise referral, food work, health checks and training for health professionals and health trainers and complementary partner services including an advice services and a library.

Zest also operates nearby ‘Zest for Sport,’ which provides sport and youth activities, supported from the surpluses the company makes.