People's History of the NHS


Women’s League of Health and Beauty Badge

Women's League of Health and Beauty Badge

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4 thoughts on “Women’s League of Health and Beauty Badge

  1. Such a shame you haven’t included the up to date photo’s as well – to show how the organisation, like the NHS has grown through the ages.

    We, like you are still going strong 🙂

  2. I loved the WLHB. A great night of exercise and socialising. This was what was needed in my case to get away from the children for a evening out and feeling the benefit of the exercises. I made many friends there and I still have them today although much older. It was certainly unique when it first started, nothing today can compare with it.
    I wish the leap was still the emblem for flexercise. I had my silver brooch made into a pendant and wear it every day. Performing in the Albert Hall was indeed an honour and something never to be forgotten. I still love all the old routines and hope they are never forgotten.

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