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Studio 4 Dance CIC raised £1,000 from 30 supporters


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raised of £1,000 target by 30 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,000 to provide resources for our community based dance studio in the centre of St Austell Town for Children, Young People and Adults.

    St Austell, Cornwall
    Funded on Friday, 4th March 2022

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    At 4FS Dance/Studio 4 we are a small team of committed individuals (many of whom are volunteers) who run a Community Company focused on delivering high quality, accessible dance to children, young people and adults. We are passionate about providing as many opportunities to our young people as we can. We work hard to make our dance inclusive, accessible, high quality and aspirational. We work with children who just want to take up dance as an out of school activity right through to those who want to enter into the industry in a professional capacity. We work with a wide variety of industry professionals to support our young people to achieve their absolute best. We now want to take the next step of being able to deliver our own accredited Community Dance award so that our students can advance their skills even further. In order to do this we are looking to develop our own studio space right in the heart of the community in St Austell by renovating 3 redundant units in the town Centre.

    By bringing these premises back into use and being located in the town centre we feel that we can achieve a number of things:

    We can offer more opportunities to more Young People in one if the most deprived areas in the Country helping to raise their aspirations

    Develop accredited courses for young people and the wider community

    We can bring 3 redundant units back into use

    We can support the regeneration of the Town Centre post Covid by bringing people into town

    We can make the most of the train and bus links and the growing cycling links to support green travel

    Create job opportunities to local people.

    We have raised a considerable amount and have had support from Sport England, SSE, Cornwall Council Community Chest, Cornwall and Devon Police, Creative Cornwalll, St Austell Lions Club, St Austell Bid, White River Place and a successful Crowdfunder campaign. However, we are trying to raise funds for extra resources and further building work that is needed. This Centre will make a huge difference not just for the young people and families we work with but for our community. Please support if you can, every little helps.



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      • Laura grinyer

        Laura grinyer

        Jan 12, 2022


      • Anonymous


        Jan 11, 2022


      • Karen Walker

        Karen Walker

        Jan 11, 2022


      • Laura & Heidi Rundle

        Laura & Heidi Rundle

        Jan 11, 2022


      • The Handleys

        The Handleys

        Jan 10, 2022


      • Kayleigh Buscombe

        Kayleigh Buscombe

        Jan 9, 2022

        Rounded it up to £900 x


      • Lola & Hannah 💖

        Lola & Hannah 💖

        Jan 9, 2022


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      Studio 4 Dance CIC

      Studio 4 Dance CIC

      St Austell, Cornwall

      At Studio 4 Dance CIC we aim to develop young people with skills, confidence and knowledge to enable them to work towards a brighter future using dance and performing arts

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