Wow; how good was that?
Another fantastic weekend that went in a flash.
With some extra flashing lights and smiley face balloons the ballroom looked even better than ever and the tables were full of flags and nibbles and some funny animal balloons crept in on the Saturday night
After a lovely meal enjoyed by all on Friday evening, the fun started.
Tina Argyle and Alan Gregory demonstrated their new dance The Everley Medley and Tina taught us all the steps ready for when Alan came on later.
Alan got us all in the party spirit, being his usual funny self and singing all the right songs to get us all dancing and keeping the floor full all night.
Then Tina joined Alan on stage and sang with him while we all danced the dance she had taught us earlier, their famous duet together. Tina also recapped other dances for us in between Alan’s performances and kept us all in the dancing mood until well after midnight.
Saturday morning was workshop which was really well attended and where Tina taught four new dances. Boiling Point, She Wants to Rock, Texas Boogie and Open My Eyes.
Saturday evening more food and then the rest of the evening consisted of a raffle in aid of Dogs Trust where over £250 was raised. The entertainment was provided by Tony Crooks and Glen Daniels an incredible duo who like Alan kept the floor full with lots of new and older tracks.
The theme was animals and everyone had made a great effort. Tony Glen and Tina were asked to pick three winners, who all received prizes. Well done to everyone for participating.
The quiz was jointly won so the first prize was shared out between two tables. Well done to all who took part.
Most people were enjoying themselves so much that it was the early hours before anyone went to bed, happy and contented, ready for another workshop on the Sunday morning.
More dances taught by Tina Days like this, a lovely waltz Fallen Angel and a beginner dance to Boiling Point called 99 degrees.
Then we all said our goodbyes until Next May when we do it all over again.
Thanks to everyone for their continued support.
Corinne, Mike and Rick
Line Dance South