Dunmow dancers triumph in competition

PUBLISHED: 16:53 13 May 2015 | UPDATED: 16:53 13 May 2015

Sarah Taylor, Harriet Wheeler and Jeanri Burger who were awarded shields for their dance achievements.

Sarah Taylor, Harriet Wheeler and Jeanri Burger who were awarded shields for their dance achievements.

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Dancers at the Helena Romanes School in Parsonage Downs, showed off their choreography skills during a three-day competition.

The Helena Romanes School, in Great Dunmow, hosted its 25th annual choreographic dance contest.

The three-day event ended with a gymnastics performance by pupils from St Mary’s Primary School, choreographed by Year 11 HRS student Lowen Hall.

Louise Judd, head of dance, said: “The show is a brilliant opportunity for students to use their creative skills and enhance their performing experience.”

Solo and group performers in Years 7 to 11 were awarded for their achievements, dedication to dance, hard work, style and confidence.


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