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Coleraine Dance Classes Bring Kids Together

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Children from the Killowen and Heights area of Coleraine area have been enjoying dance classes funded by the Housing Executive.

The ‘Start Jumps’ 10 week course, taught by Iconic Street Dance company, began in the West Bann Centre in September and will culminate in a Christmas show in early December.

Organiser, Paddy McNicholl from the Building Communities Resource Centre, said:

“The classes have been fantastic and are a great way to make new friends. This is the second year of the course which was really successful last year.

“The aim of the classes is to bring children together and engage in a shared experience whilst learning something new.”

Housing Executive Area Manager Mark Alexander said:

“We’re delighted to support this second year of dance classes which brings people from different backgrounds together each week to learn something new in a fun and relaxed environment.”

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