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Closed 30/06/2019

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£65
raised of £1,200 target by 4 supporters

    Weʼve raised £65 to Purchase a new video camera for Strong Feet Dance Academy Students and Performances

    Alcester, UK
    Funded on Sunday, 30th June 2019

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    Strong Feet Dance Academy is a dance school based at Arden Fitness Studios in Alcester, Warwickshire teaching Ballet, Tap, Modern, Dance Fit and Cheerleading.

    The school is fundraising to buy a video camera for the students and school performances and exams going forward.

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      Supporters

      4

      • Martina Folkes

        Martina Folkes

        Nov 10, 2018

        Good luck!! Love Bella, Lola and Jacob xx

        £30.00

      • Michael & Emma Unsworth

        Michael & Emma Unsworth

        Sep 19, 2018

        Good luck!

        £20.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Sep 11, 2018

        Lara loves your dance classes

        £10.00

      • Carol Ward

        Carol Ward

        Sep 8, 2018

        Michelle taught me how to tap dance 👍

        £5.00

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      Georgina Evans-goodrich

      Georgina Evans-goodrich

      Alcester, UK

      Strong Feet Dance Academy students work towards the IDTA syllabus, taking part in the examinations is not compulsory but certainly rewarding. We also aim to put on an annual show/presentation evening where the students get a chance to show off their newly learnt skills.

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