As Christmas approaches, we all start to think more about how we can give to others and for most people it truly is a time of compassion, generosity and being charitable.   Over recent years, many people have started to rethink the way that they share the spirit of Christmas and have made the decision…

Stephen Smith is a regular participant at our Saturday morning Clitheroe workshop. He is a popular and well-loved member of the group, who is known for his big voice and even bigger heart!   Stephen has been nominated for The Guardian’s Public Servant of the Year Award and there is absolutely no doubt in our…

   A team of people has signed up to run the Wigan 10k to support local charity DanceSyndrome.   DanceSyndrome is a multi-award winning dance charity, based in Lancashire, that delivers inclusive dance workshops and dance leadership training as well as inspiring performances that demonstrate a focus on ability rather than disability. The charity was…

Do you love running, jogging or walking?   Do you want raise money for DanceSyndrome?   Then we need you!   The Wigan 10K is happening on Sunday 3rd September and we are looking for individuals or small groups to take part on behalf of DanceSyndrome.   If you have always wanted to take part…

The DanceSyndrome team are incredibly grateful for having the opportunity to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017. It has been the trip of a lifetime for our dancers who have enjoyed every minute of their time at the festival. You can see the photos from the performance on the gallery page of the website and…

DanceSyndrome are celebrating after a video about their work won a Mencap Journalism Award.   Preston based student Jennifer Smith contacted DanceSyndrome in March asking if the charity would be interested in featuring in a short video documentary to be entered into the awards competition. She became aware of the charity as a result of…

  DanceSyndrome is taking its latest performance piece to this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival  thanks to financial support from Preston based business StormMeister Flood Protection.   In 2016, DanceSyndrome secured Arts Council England funding to develop a performance piece called “Orbit” which was so well received it was decided to raise funds to take the…

DanceSyndrome is asking for your support to help us win a National Lottery Award, with a £5,000 prize and an appearance on The One Show! Our recent successes have been recognised by the National Lottery Awards and we have been shortlisted as a finalist in the Arts category! The project with the most votes from…