Bad weather fails to dampen disco passion

The Passion for Disco event held at The Barbour Institute in March raised an incredible £2208.68 for the Hospice of the Good Shepherd. The numbers for the 50p sale and plant stall were down from last year due to the bad weather but for those who did manage to get there some great bargains were to be had.
The two Nia dance fitness classes were well attended and the main hall was turned into a school disco – special thanks to David Tanswell for the loan of his disco lights and to Graham Marsden for setting the stalls up..
Also grateful thanks go to the Nia Flacca ladies who ran the café and to everyone else who helped set up on the day, contributed or made cakes.
Planning is now under way for the next Hospice event – Ghouls Night Out – for Halloween
You can catch up with School’s Out and Disco Inferno, the two new routines at The Studio on alternating Fridays at 6pm – don’t forget your flares!