Hot Steps raise a cool £770 for Macmillan

Royston Leisure Centre was the venue for a fun-packed afternoon of showcases, competitions and awards as Hot Steps Dance Acadmy pupils strutted their stuff in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

The annual fundraising presentation – which included shields and trophies for the year’s outstanding students – raised £770.64 for the charity.

Spokeswoman Harriet Walmesley said: “Connie Watkins and Emily Bourne, both from Potton, won the Ballroom and Under 6 Years shields.

“Other winners were Megan Barker, Louise Hamilton, Nyah Cretton and Cara Still.”

She added: “We’d like to thank the Centre’s staff for all their help in making the presentation such a great success.”

Hot Steps Dance Academy teaches ballroom, Latin American, disco frestyle, street jazz, rock ‘n’ roll, salsa and classical sequence. Classes take place at Gamlingay, Steeple Morden, Haverhill, Papworth Everard and Trumpington.

Everyone is catered for, from absolute beginners to those who enjoy social dancing for fun, through to couples who want to enter amateur competitions and the more professional who may be training for ISTD (Imperial Society of Teachers for Dancing) examinations.

> For more information email rowena@hotstepsdanceacademy.co.uk