Turn two left feet into fancy footwork for The Hospice.
Step up to our glittering 2015 Strictly Learn Dancing Challenge! Final few places remaining! Registration for our Strictly Learn Dancing 2015 extravaganza closes soon and with places strictly limited, we urge you to sign up now!
It’s the perfect opportunity to do something completely different, learn a new skill or simply get fit whilst raising much needed funds for our Hospice.
You’ll gain expert dance tuition and learn to dance confidently in just 6 weeks with professional dance teachers, Brian & Shirley from Baila-Cusworth Dance School.
You’ll then get to show off your new-found talent in front of your friends and family in a glittering Strictly Learn Dancing Grand Finale on Saturday 14th March at Centenary Hall, Berkhamsted.
Your dance lessons will take place every Wednesday from 7.45 to 9.15 at Cavendish School, Hemel Hempstead, starting on Wednesday 28th January.
Dances for Strictly Learn Dancing 2015 are now confirmed as The passionate Paso Doble and the cheeky Charleston.
All we ask is that each participant:
Finds a willing dance partner to join them in their challenge
Is available, for six weekly, 90 minute, dance sessions starting on Wednesday 28th January 2015 at Cavendish School, Hemel Hempstead
Commits to raising sponsorship for this incredible opportunity. Registration Fee £25, minimum sponsorship £375
Reads the Terms and Conditions before signing up (info re buying dance shoes etc.)
Registers individually on our website www.stfrancis.org.uk/strictly2015reg
Brings along 10 friends/family to see their fancy footwork at our Glittering Grand Finale on Saturday 14th March 2015
Each participant must sign up individually.
Each participant is required to pay a £25 booking fee upon registration.
Don’t miss your chance to learn to dance for the Hospice.
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
You are required to find a willing dance partner to join you in your dance challenge
Dance lessons start in January in Hemel Hempstead, and will continue for six weekly 90 minute sessions.