November Line Dance Weekend
Another linedance weekend in Bournemouth.
It started so well.
Got the gang in the cars and hitched up the trailer.
Down to Bournemouth and began with decorating the ballroom, then the dreaded phone call.
Our artist for Friday night Glenn Rogers was rushed into hospital with an infection, so a few frantic phone calls later and Jim Worton was on his way from Chelmsford stepping in at the last minute. He was brilliant, singing lots of classics and keeping the floor full all night.
Tina Argyle did what she does best keeping us dancing until well into the early hours with all the latest dances and some old ones too to keep the old brain matter working.
The morning workshop was entertaining as usual with Tina at her best teaching new dances. Saturday night was our Disney theme and there were a great variety of costumes with Minnie and Mickey Mouse, Zorro, Toy Story and three Cruella-de-villes. The prizes were won by Pocahontas and a fabulous Mary Poppins.
Nikky Nappier and Ian Walton as Calico kept us all on our feet all night, what a voice that girl has. They sang Fireball twice both times brilliant.
Then another workshop with more new dances from Tina and recapping the ones from Saturday.
So another wonderful weekend was had by all.
Glenn is now out of hospital and is doing okay, we wish him a full recovery.
Josh Liken aged 20 came down from Cheshire with his cousin Jake Liken and Josh cycled back to Warrington all for charity Diabetics UK and raised £1000, well done Josh. He thanks everyone for their support.