Local Generation sponsors March dance troupe £1,000 to perform at London show

16:41 12 February 2013

Local Generation plant sponsors Sarah

Local Generation plant sponsors Sarah's Street Style Dance for London show.

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MARCH based company Local Generation has sponsored Sarah’s Street Style Dance £1,000 to enable them to take part in a prestigious London show later this year.

The donation will help pay for transport and costumes for 40 young dancers, aged from five to 25, who will perform at Street Dance International’s show at the Indigo O2 in London on Sunday April 7.

Sarah White, dance instructor at Sarah’s Street Style Dance, said: “Their donation definitely makes a big difference.

“With the number of dancers we have got taking part in the show it helps us to pay for costumes and with the cost of travelling down to London.”

Dance troupes from all over the country will come together at the April show, which promises to be one of the highlights of the year.

Ms White said: “We have been rehearsing for the show since Christmas. There will be two teams of 20 taking part and we have to perform six minute routines.”

Local Generation transform food waste into renewable energy and green products.

Their anaerobic digestion plant at March opened a year ago and is now fully operational.

Lee Belger, process manager for Local Generation, said: “Local Generation is passionate about being part of the community and supporting local initiatives.

“We are hugely impressed by their dedication and discipline and wish them the very best of luck at this event.”

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