CLASSES are on hold indefinitely until a popular dance school is able to find a suitable new venue.
Fusion Street Dance, owned by Denise White, offers classes to children from the age of three upwards, as well as private tuition, and members have been successful in a number of competitions.
Denise, who started the school three years ago, said that more than 80 dancers attended the weekly classes, but since Fusion Street Dance had to move from Ore Community Centre in July, and then from St Helen’s Church hall, everything has been on hold.
“We have been going three years. I started with one hour a week, and it has now increased to about eight,” she said.
But since last weekend there have been no classes at all.
“It has brought me to tears,” added Denise.
“It is a passion of mine, not just a job, and a hobby for lots of children.”
She urges anyone who knows of a possible new venue to contact her on 01424 445452 or 07792 778270 or find Fusion Street Dance on Facebook.