Stepping out for Pudsey
DANCERS raised money for charity while
ttempting to break a world record.
Pupils from Step To It Dance Academy in Chesham took part in he Performers Project’s apathon in aid of Children in Need on
unday at Great Missenden CofE School
ON THE MOVE:
in Church Street.
They were ‘joined’ by more than 50 tappers, young and old, from Maggie Monk School of Dancing in Chesham who took part in the feat at Chesham Youth Centre in Bellingdon Road.
This was the fifth annual Tapathon which this year was to Pharrell Williams’ Happy.
The event saw dancers from across the UK perform the choreographed Tapathon routine all at the same time at 1pm on Sunday.
The aim of the event is to attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest tap dance in the UK while raising cash for Children in Need.
PUPILS could be spotted walking to school in a themed walking crocodile last week.
Ley Hill School organised a special walking crocodile.
Parents and pupils braved the rain and donned something spotty for the one-mile walk from the Hen and Chickens pub in Botley Road to the school.
Parent Louise Turner organises the crocodile every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday in term time from Gooseacre at 8.30am.
SUPERHEROES and Pudsey Bears invaded a nursery.
Lindfield Pre-School Nursery, Chiltern Avenue in Amersham held the special day. The children dressed up for the occasion.
BROLLY GOOD: Walk to Ley Hill School from Hen and Chickens Pub in the heavy rain
THAT’S SHOWBUSINESS: Step To It Dance Academy taking part in the Tapathon
SUPER STARS: Lindfield Pre School Nursery in Amersham
Jean urney, 82, doing her bit at the Maggie Monk Dance School