MP officially opens healthy new business for Hambleton nurse


Date: –                  Monday 4th April

Time: –                  3pm

Location: –           Office 17, 2 Roseberry Court, Stokesley Business Park, Ellerbeck Way, Stokesley TS9 5QT

A Great Ayton businesswoman has received the backing of her local MP as she launches her new premises for her growing business.

Richmond MP, Rishi Sunak, will officially open Amanda McGough and Associates’ new offices in Stokesley on Monday as the health and wellbeing consultancy enters a period of growth, having taken on two members of staff.

Amanda McGough has over 30 years’ experience working for the NHS in various roles both as a clinician and senior manager in NHS Trusts, Primary Care and Public Health.

Amanda set up her company in 2013 which provides specialist health and wellbeing training for individuals, private businesses and public sector organisations. Amanda focusses on areas such as wellbeing and performance at work and health issues relating to stress, anxiety and sleep problems.

Prior to launching her business, Amanda was the specialist nurse for chronic fatigue syndrome/ME at the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough and has trained extensively throughout her career with organisations such as St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London, City University London and the University of York. Amanda holds membership of the Royal College of Nursing and is registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.

Amanda is currently working with a range of clients around Hambleton, Teesside and Durham to help improve lifestyle, promote wellbeing at work, boost workplace productivity and prevent ill health.

Thanks to the growth of her business, Amanda has taken on Nicola Mellor and Alison Selby to provide marketing and administration support at her new offices at Stokesley Business Park.

Local businesses are welcome to attend the event on Monday.