GYMNASTS tumbled their way to raising more than £1,000 for a charity which re-homes unwanted cats.
More than 50 members of the Hastings-based Acromax group took to the floor at Helenswood School’s sports centre to generate much-needed funds for the Bluebell Ridge cattery.
Members aged from six upwards balanced and pirouetted their way through 29 costumed musical pieces – much to the delight of a healthy audience.
The performance was the climax of another successful year for Acromax in which the dance group has combined learning new skills with raising money for a host of charities.
Some good causes among those to benefit include a project to build a school in Malagiri, Tibet.
At the end of the evening Andy and Ellie Poole, Daizee Baldwin and Jack Mallion were all given awards for their outstanding achievement in 2010.
A spokesman for Acromax said: “We would like to thank everyone who made the evening such a success.”
Acromax Gymnastics Club is non-competitive and its members learn gymnastics for fun, to keep fit and to give back to the community by giving displays for charitable causes.
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