Best foot forward for charity
PUPILS from a St Neots-based dance school have raised £2,200 for children with cancer after staging a charity performance. The money, which will go to CLIC Sargent, one of the UK s leading children s cancer charities, was raised by students from Footsteps
PUPILS from a St Neots-based dance school have raised £2,200 for children with cancer after staging a charity performance.
The money, which will go to CLIC Sargent, one of the UK's leading children's cancer charities, was raised by students from Footsteps Dance Academy in Eynesbury.
Students took part in a classical and contemporary dance show at The Masque Theatre in Barton Seagrave to raise the money.
Cambourne resident Kate Purser, who was teacher, producer and choreographer of the show, said: "I feel so proud of all the dancers, they showed such enthusiasm on stage and the atmosphere backstage was fantastic. Well done to you all."
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INFORMATION: Footsteps Dance Academy holds weekly classes at Middlefield Primary School in Eynesbury. To find out more phone Kate Purser on 07801 494142.
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