Weʼve raised £40 to help towards the costs of taking our Irish dancers to the Irish Open Championships in Dublin.
- Narberth, United Kingdom
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- Funded on Monday, 5th December 2016
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Harries-Hardy School of Irish Dance started in 2013; they have 15 members from four to sixteen years old.
In October 2016 the school proved that they are going from strength to strength with every dancer qualifying and placing in the South Leinster Regional Championships. This is a huge achievement for both the dancers and teachers.
The highlight of the Irish dancing calendar is the prestigious Irish Open competition held at Citywest, Dublin in May. In Dublin, the girls represent Pembrokeshire and Wales whilst competing against dancers from all over Ireland, the UK, Holland and USA. Eight dancers have already qualified and there is an opportunity for others to qualify in the New Year. This is a very exciting time for the school, however with success comes financial implications! Fundraising would be one way of helping cover the costs of this and subsequent trips.
Any donations would be gratefully received to continue to promote Welsh young sportswomen internationally.
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Nov 17, 2016
Nov 6, 2016
Good Luck, such a good discipline for you all to take part in.
Tracy Higgon Hughes
Nov 5, 2016
Good luck girls. With Kira and Katie leading you I'm sure you'll do well.
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