Musical magic for Penny

The young dancers of Dance-a-cality based at Brookfield Community School in Sarisbury Green were guided by their dance teacher Lara Jean Hallam and raised �470.00 for The Countess Mountbatten Hospice  and were thanked by (centre front ) Pam Bates, The Events and Community Co-ordinator for the charity   ''Picture:Malcolm Wells (131556-7498)
The young dancers of Dance-a-cality based at Brookfield Community School in Sarisbury Green were guided by their dance teacher Lara Jean Hallam and raised �470.00 for The Countess Mountbatten Hospice and were thanked by (centre front ) Pam Bates, The Events and Community Co-ordinator for the charity ''Picture:Malcolm Wells (131556-7498)
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A GROUP of singers and dancers put on a show to raise hundreds of pounds for charity.

Sarisbury Green performing arts school Dance-a-cality held a show called The Magic of Musicals at the Sarisbury Green Community Centre last month in aid of the Countess Mountbatten Hospice.

The group dedicated the show to the memory of Penny Scott, who was a close friend of the school’s founder.

The show raised an impressive £470 for the charity, which helped Penny in her final stages of pancreatic cancer.

The school’s principal Lara Jean Hallam, 30, said: ‘The show went really well. We are really proud of all the girls and the support from friends and family in raising this amount from a small school of just 52 pupils.’