The DanceSyndrome team would like to thank the many businesses who have supported our Gala Dinner in October.   Special thanks must got to Cheerdance UK, Pink Link Ladies and The Civic Arts Centre & Theatre for their generous sponsorship of the event. Without their support we would not be able to make the…

A local teenager is fundraising for charity this summer, despite having had recent surgery to correct scoliosis, a curvature of the spine. Teegan Chilton is 15 years old from Barley, Lancashire. She is fundraising for DanceSyndrome’s “We like to Move It Move It” campaign, which encourages people to stay active during the pandemic and turn…

A national organisation supporting mental health charities has chosen to boost the fundraising efforts of DanceSyndrome as we plan for our future in the changing post-pandemic world.   MAKEITBLUE CIC is a non-profit company dedicated to raising funds for mental health charities. Formed by a group of live events professionals, they work on arts, entertainment…

Christopher Reid is 24 years old, from East London. He is a keen athlete who hopes to represent Team GB in the next Paralympic games in 400m and 800m running events. Christopher has a learning disability and has had mental health difficulties in the past and he blogs about his experiences to raise awareness and…

We all need to keep moving during lockdown, why not fundraise while you do it? Whether it’s through sponsored dancing, walking, running or swimming, we need your help to continue to change the lives of people with learning disabilities through dance.   Throughout the pandemic, DanceSyndrome has worked hard to keep people moving and keep…

Express Showcase DVDs

Following the Express Showcase on 1st March, Rose Trustam approached the DanceSyndrome team to tell us why she had chosen to make a donation to support our work. We want to share Rose’s feelings with you and thank her for the significant impact her donation will make to the future of our charity.    “As…

Hi everyone,   I do hope that you and yours are keeping well and sane in these extraordinary times we find ourselves in.   We have cancelled all face to face dance activity until further notice.  In the meantime we will be offering online dance sessions starting on Monday 23rd March and ask you all to…

Join us on social media in the run up to Down’s Syndrome Awareness Week and “Show us your moves” as part of our new fundraising campaign!   Do you believe that everyone has the right to dance?  Do you believe in an inclusive and equitable Society where everyone can follow their dreams?   DanceSyndrome breaks…

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