Dunmow dance school showcases its talent

12:50 19 July 2014

The Granary Dance School in Great Dunmow.

The Granary Dance School in Great Dunmow.

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More than 150 children took part in a dance show which featured a spectacular array of costumes.

The Granary Dance School, in Great Dunmow, showcased a wide variation of dances, with children from as young as two taking part.

This years winners of the award for attitude, attendance and ability were Ellie Haigh and Sophie Cory.

For information about classes held at the Granary Studio, call Suzanne Fox on 07770 634351.

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