TATTON MP Esther McVey MP said was delighted to meet Joe and Nicole Sealey of Neon recently to hear about their business ethos and how they are creating a brand focussed on health.

Neon was set up a year ago by Joe and Nicole with their friends Callum Manton, Drew Roberts and Matt Creasy. They had originally met training in a gym.

Neon personal training was founded with the idea of making clients feel welcome and part of something new and exciting with an offering including massage, yoga and colonic irrigation alongside the more traditional personal training.

A juice bar quickly followed and Neon now sends juice to clients throughout the UK.

Last November they opened a second studio in Hale and having realised that food was a massive part of a healthy lifestyle they opened Neon Health Kitchen in March in Wilmslow.

During Esther’s visit she heard about their aim to create healthy clean delicious food which can be eaten in, taken away or created as ‘meal boxes’ to cook at home.

The partners have plans to expand in the future and to be able to bring their personal training and healthy kitchen under one roof whilst ensuring that the business continues to focus on building relationships with each client.

After the visit, Esther said: "I enjoyed meeting Joe and Nicole and hearing about how they came to start Neon, its ethos and their plans for the future.

"As the MP, it is important I get to meet as many local businesses as I can to understand their challenge and celebrate their successes.

"As the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, I was encouraged to hear about their efforts to support younger staff into the workplace."