Coppa Club Announces Brand New Personal Growth Speaker Series


Taking place throughout autumn at Coppa Between Bridges in Putney, join a trio of female leaders at the top of their fields for a number of talks that offer insight, expertise and networking opportunities in truly sumptuous surroundings


Learn more about the world of female entrepreneurship, nutrition and health with Coppa Club’s new Personal Growth Series’, an exciting brand-new talk-series featuring a range of fascinating female leaders who are at the top of their game.

Taking place throughout autumn at Coppa Between Bridges in Putney, each monthly talk will cover important issues, with the aim of inspiring and educating in a relaxed, enjoyable way.


From September to November, Melissa Hemsley, Kris Hallenga and Anna Williamson will take to the floor to give talks on a range of key topics from good food, physical health and female entrepreneurship.

As well as the shared insight, tickets will include a mouth-watering Coppa Club brunch, a chilled glass of Piper-Heidsieck Champagne and a chance to mingle with the speaker and network with other attendees in the heart of Putney.



1 Melissa Helmsley, Sunday 23rd October




Melissa Helmsley will be speaking on Sunday 23 September. Known for her creative, healthy-eating, recipe books and her online blog, as well as her sustainability efforts, Helmsley is passionate about spreading the message of feel-good food.

Through cookbooks and appearances on primetime television, Helmsley has created an accessible health movement that celebrates nourishing your body for both physical and mental health. Her latest book ‘Feel Good’ invites readers to cook satisfying yet simple meals that encourage eating well. Helmsley has a wealth of knowledge about how to live well, as well as how to nourish your mind, body and soul with food. Attendees will not only hear from Melissa but will also receive a signed copy of her new book.

Sunday 23 September, 10am to 12:30pm. Tickets cost £52pp and include a signed copy of her new cookbook. Find out more and make a booking via eventbrite.co.uk.

2 Kris Hallenga, Monday 10th October




Kris Hallenga, founder of CoppaFeel! will be visiting during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. At the age of 22, Hallenga’s life turned upside down when she was told she had incurable cancer, and every day since she has campaigned to spread awareness.

She is the founder of the breast cancer education charity, CoppaFeel!, which raises over £2 million a year, is a recipient of a Pride of Britain award and has been awarded an honorary doctorate in Public Administration from Nottingham Trent University.

Now living in the coastal climates of Cornwall, Hallenga spends her days breathing in ocean air whilst building awareness of CoppaFeel! Speaking about her incredible campaign work, personal experiences with cancer and her new book ‘Glittering a Turd’, this event promises to be a moving one.

9:30am on Monday 10th October, tickets cost £40pp. Find out more and make a booking via eventbrite.co.uk



2 Anna Williamson, Wednesday 9th November


Guests may recognise Anna Williamson from television, as the presenter of Celebs Go Dating (E4), Save Well, Spend Better (Channel 4) and reporter for Inside Out (BBC One). Williamson also has two successful podcasts which explore parenting, mental health and pop culture.

Having been in the limelight for over 10 years, many viewers may not know Williamson has been suffering from a generalised anxiety disorder and has gone on to train as a counsellor, write self-help books and appear on TV to talk about her personal experiences.

Coppa Club is hosting one of her very first talks on her new venture The Relationship Place, an online counselling platform for anyone who is seeking relationship guidance. Whether it be getting married, committing to buying a new home or intimacy problems, Williamson has created a safe space for all to seek help and counsel online. Attendees at Coppa Club will gain insight into her expertise and well-established career at this Growth Speaker Event.

9:30am on Wednesday 9th November. Tickets cost £40pp, find out more and make a booking via eventbrite.co.uk

Hungry for more? Visit coppaclub.co.uk to see what else is on this autumn

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