GALLERY: Dancers put on the style for 18th birthday celebration

10:19 14 July 2014

Dance Mania 18th birthday bash. Picture: Steve Williams.

Dance Mania 18th birthday bash. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Dancers took to the stage with style when they celebrated the coming of age of a popular dance class.

Lisa Dickinson’s Dance Mania school celebrated 18 years since it was launched with a spectacular show at the March Braza Club.

The birthday bash saw dancers from youngsters to adult showcase their talents in a mix of musical and dance styles that were delivered with passion and panache. Lisa said: “It’s our 18th year. Kids to adults were performing a total mixture of styles, songs and dances followed by an after show disco for audience and performers to enjoy.

“It was a much needed party after a very busy but fabulous year.”

Neale Wade Academy March. Principal Jason Wing.

Supported by a parents’ survey that shows 82 per cent agree their children are taught well, principal Jason Wing still feels slightly wounded by a less than flattering Ofsted inspection.

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Harrison Murray manager Nicola Roberts and Under 8s Blues team manager Matt Christian and some of the players and the sponsored kit.

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Littleport Leisure Centre,

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