Jen Blackwell, Founder of DanceSyndrome, has been announced as one of the most influential people with a disability in the UK for the third year in a row!   The Shaw Trust Disability Power List 100 is an annual publication of the 100 most influential disabled people in the UK. The list is compiled by…

DanceSyndrome are thrilled to have received a donation of £2,645 from Onward to support the work of Dance Leaders with learning disabilities in Clitheroe.   Onward is a leading provider of quality, affordable homes for rent and sale in the North West. They own and manage over 35,000 homes right across the region. As well…

DanceSyndrome COVID19 Update – September 2020: As you probably know, the DanceSyndrome team have been very busy over the last six months. In March we closed our indoor dance sessions and hoped that we would return in late April. Here we are, more than 7 months later, still planning a safe return.   This update…

Local charity DanceSyndrome is thrilled to have received a grant of £9,928 to support outdoor dance sessions delivered by Dance Leaders with learning disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.   Funding from the Tackling Inequalities Fund (National Lottery funding from Sport England) will enable us to offer outdoor dance sessions to bridge the gap between online…

DanceSyndrome Founder Jen Blackwell was thrilled to discover she had been chosen as an EVA Star by local networking group Pink Link Ladies.   Pink Link run an annual awards ceremony for business women in the North West called the EVA’s. This year they were forced to do things differently because of lockdown, so to…

DanceSyndrome is thrilled to have received a grant of £39,750 from The National Lottery Community Fund to support the work of our Dance Leaders with learning disabilities during the COVID-19 lockdown.   Funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund on behalf of the Government, will enable us to…

Online Dance Update   We have been in lockdown now for nearly 4 months and we have seen lots of changes in the outside world and in our online dance world!   We still can’t offer a start date for community sessions until the Government updates the lockdown rules surrounding dancing in public places but,…

DanceSyndrome COVID-19 July Update   It’s been over 3 months now since COVID-19 forced us to close our face to face inclusive dance sessions in the community. Of course, Team DS rose to the challenge and have enjoyed being able to bring you a selection of online sessions using Zoom. We’d never even heard of…

Local charity DanceSyndrome is thrilled to have received a grant of £32,570 from Arts Council England to support the online work of Dance Leaders with learning disabilities during the COVID-19 lockdown.   Arts Council England provided the grant from their Emergency Response Fund which is designed to offer support to organisations and individuals in need…

DanceSyndrome is thrilled to have received a grant of £5,000 to support online dance sessions provided by our Dance Leaders with learning disabilities during the COVID-19 lockdown.   Community Fund for Lancashire, who provided the grant from their Lancashire COVID-19 Community Support Fund, are an independent charity that promotes local giving to address local disadvantage….

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