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The line dancing group which was originally established by Lower Kersal Young People’s Group has been moving forward leaps and bounds!
Now known as Kersal Kickers, the group meet once a week at St Aidan’s Church on Thursdays 6.30pm – 8.00pm.
The group has a nice warm, helpful atmosphere, and is welcoming all new members! For more information, please contact Lesley Lever on 07909 748 986
For now though, please enjoy this short video, showing off some of the new members, and the new coach!
This past Saturday, many members of the LKYPG braved the cold and the wet weather, in order to gather at St Aidan’s Church, on Littleton Road, for the annual sponsored walk!
Although the sun wasn’t shining, the enthusiasm of the group shone through, and a lot of fun was had by all! Reverend Daniel Burton also walked with the group, from St Aidan’s Church, who have been instrumental in helping the LKYPG for the last few years!
After a long walk, the group came back to the church, and were awarded certificates, for their hard work and dedication, and then we sat down for something lovely to eat, cooked by Lesley!
Another successful year! Here’s hoping the next one will be just as good!
Last night, we got some of the members of the group together, to show off the 3D cooking film, we produced last year! http://t.co/lhmzdZjjh7
The #LKYPG have been working with travellers from Duchy to help them to pass their level 1 food safety courses. Stay tuned, for the film!
Lately, the LKYPG has been shuffling away to some country hits, as Lesley, our resident foot tapper has been teaching a group of ladies, lads and little girls alike, on Thursday nights, the not so lost art of Line Dancing.
Funded by the health improvement team, this 8 week programme has blossomed into something much more brilliant, and the members of the group, after having so much fun, have decided that they are going to keep the group alive!
So here is to the LKYPG Line dancers, may they toe tap their way to stardom!
This is a short video, showing some of the group in action, as well as a bit about why they decided to do the project, and what they get out of it.
Stay tuned for more news soon!
The Monday Club is on early today, to mix it up over the half term holidays.
Merry Christmas, from all of the members of the Lower Kersal Young Peoples Group! #HappyHolidays
Congratulations to the members of the #LKYPG who last night, completed their level 2 exams in food safety!