Sandra is your Forever
Living distributor based in Burscough near Ormskirk. She is able to
supply Forever Living products to anyone in the areas around Lydiate,
Scarisbrick, Aughton, Ormskirk, Burscough, and Rufford. Her contact
number is: 07568 177582
Jeannette is also a
local distributor and her contact number is: 07764 838243
Jeannette is based North of Blackpool, Lancashire, in an area called
Wyre. Jeannette covers the areas North of Preston around Blackpool,
Wyre and Fylde. The area she covers includes the following
villages/towns: Fleetwood, Preesall, Stalmine, Hambleton, Great
Eccleston, Elswick, Weeton, Normoss, Cleveleys, Kirkham, Wesham,
Warton, and Lytham St Anne's
(or Barbadensis Miller) is a succulent plant concealing a pure inner
gel that has been used for centuries to improve health and enhance
Avoiding the use of herbicides and pesticides, our patented
stabilisation process ensures our aloe vera is essentially identical
to the inner leaf gel. Because we are not dependent on any other
supplier, we can guarantee the quality of our aloe.
We start with 100% inner gel, adding just enough other ingredients
to produce outstanding products.
The versatility of this product means that aloe vera can be taken as
a drink or applied to the skin. Not tested on animals, the Forever
collection is a testament to nature’s capacity to help us look and
feel our best.
Our wide product range includes drinks, supplements, skincare,
personal care, weight management and cosmetics.
We are so confident you will love our products, that we offer a
complete money-back guarantee.
facts about Lancashire - Lancashire is a non-metropolitan county of
historic origin in the North West of England. It takes its name from the
city of Lancaster, and is sometimes known as the County of Lancaster.
Although Lancaster is still considered to be the county town, Lancashire
County Council is based in Preston. Lancashire is sometimes referred to
by the abbreviation Lancs, as originally used by the Royal Mail. The
population of the county is 1,449,700. People from
the county are known
as Lancastrians. The history of Lancashire is thought to have begun with
its founding in the 12th century.
Lancashire emerged during the Industrial Revolution as a major commercial
and industrial region. The county encompassed several hundred mill towns
and collieries. By the 1830s, approximately 85% of all cotton
manufactured worldwide was processed in Lancashire. Accrington,
Blackburn, Bolton, Chorley, Darwen and Burnley were major cotton mill
towns during this time. Blackpool was a major centre for tourism for the
inhabitants of Lancashire's mill towns, particularly during wakes week.
Towns include: Preston, Burnley, Morecambe, Lancaster, Lytham St. Annes,
Skelmersdale, Leyland, Accrington, Chorley, Thornton-Cleveleys, Nelson,
Fleetwood, Ormskirk, Rawtenstall, Poulton-le-Fylde, Haslingden, Clitheroe,
Bacup, Great Harwood, Padiham, Barnoldswick, Kirkham, Brierfield,
Freckleton-Warton, Clayton-le-moors, Tarleton, Adlington, Euxton,
Longridge, Rishton, Coppull, Bolton-le-Sands, Garstang, Whitworth,