Step­ping out for Pud­sey

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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


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.

Photo by Chris Berry www.buyapho­totms. NL201411160

BROLLY GOOD: Walk to Ley Hill School from Hen and Chick­ens Pub in the heavy rain

Photo by Clive Tagg www.buyapho­ NL201411158

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

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