Misterton dancers set to compete

Competition Crew with Tracey Everett-Fox (right) and assistant Lauren Riley receiving a cheque for �200 in March towards the cost of their specialist costumes for competitive events from District Councillor Hazel Brand, funded from her community grant budget.
Competition Crew with Tracey Everett-Fox (right) and assistant Lauren Riley receiving a cheque for �200 in March towards the cost of their specialist costumes for competitive events from District Councillor Hazel Brand, funded from her community grant budget.
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Sixteen young dancers from Misterton’s Everett-Fox School of Dance (EFSD) will be competing in various dance competitions during 2015.

Members of the ‘Competition Crew’ are pictured with Tracey Everett-Fox (right) and assistant Lauren Riley receiving a cheque for £200 in March towards the cost of their specialist costumes for competitive events from district councillor Hazel Brand, funded from her community grant budget.

The dancer school recently held a dress rehearsal at Misterton Sports Social Club to show off their displays.

The public performance followed last year’s event when family and friends attended a dress rehearsal before 21 local dancers set off for London to perform on the London stage.