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Hopes and dreams realised as Spalding School of Dance move into new centre




Kacey, Emma and Holly rehearse inside one of three new studios at Spalding School of Dance in Low Fulney.''Photo (TIM WILSON): SG231117-112TW.
Kacey, Emma and Holly rehearse inside one of three new studios at Spalding School of Dance in Low Fulney.''Photo (TIM WILSON): SG231117-112TW.

Young dancers from across South Holland and south Lincolnshire have a new, purpose-built centre to improve their skills.

Spalding School of Dance opened its one-storey centre in Rangell Gate, Low Fulney, on Thursday after a three-year building programme since planning permission was granted by South Holland District Council.

Students are ready for their first classes at Spalding School of Dance's brand new base in Low Fulney.Photo (TIM WILSON): SG231117-109TW.
Students are ready for their first classes at Spalding School of Dance's brand new base in Low Fulney.Photo (TIM WILSON): SG231117-109TW.

More than 300 youngsters from Boston, Bourne and Wisbech, as well asSpalding, Long Sutton and surrounding villages, attend classes led by qualified dance instructor Claire Patman who started the school in October 1999, aged just 21.


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