TALENTED performers put on a dance and fashion show on Thursday for a children’s charity.
Students from Sussex Coast College Hastings, Susanna Cox Academy, The East Sussex School of Performing Arts (ESSPA) and The Goll Sisters, featured in the charity event at Bannatyne’s Spa Hotel, which was in aid of The Tree of Hope, an organisation that raises funds for specialist medical treatment for sick children.
Hastings mayor Kim Forward opened the show.
Susanna Cox Academy performed Showtime, Trio, Barbie Girl and Hope while ESSPA danced routines for Telephone.
The three Goll sisters led by Katouche, a 13-year-old girl with cerebral palsy, sang unaccompanied three very moving songs about love and happiness.
The evening climaxed in a fashion show produced by 40 students from Sussex Coast College who showcased their latest designs.