DanceSyndrome’s work was celebrated with yet another award this weekend!   The DanceSyndrome team was chosen as the recipients of the People’s Choice Award at the One Dance UK Awards in an online awards ceremony which took place on Friday 19th November, live on YouTube and Facebook. (You can watch the whole ceremony on the…

The work of DanceSyndrome Founder Jen Blackwell was celebrated with yet another award last week. Jen was announced as the winner of the Inclusion Award at the National Activity Providers Association (NAPA) Awards in an online awards ceremony held on Friday 1st October.   DanceSyndrome’s this inclusive approach was recognised by NAPA, a charity which…

On 1st September 2021, DanceSyndrome is excited to welcome Julie Nicholson as our new Managing Director.   Julie is not new to DanceSyndrome. She has been a proud Trustee for many years, actively volunteering her time to influence the direction of the charity, whilst also working as Head of Partnerships & Programmes at UnLtd, the…

  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…

Dance Leaders from DanceSyndrome are excited to be back in regular indoor dance sessions, after being online for the last 18 months during the Coronavirus pandemic. DanceSyndrome supports many vulnerable adults across Lancashire, many of whom have been shielding during the pandemic. The DanceSyndrome team adapted quickly in the early stages of the pandemic, closing…

We are currently have Trustee opportunities for two new Trustees to join the DanceSyndrome family alongside an existing team of ten, and to support our brand-new Managing Director who joined us on 1st September 2021.   This is an exciting time to be joining DanceSyndrome where inclusivity and equality create a vibrant energised connected ‘family’….

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…

Following our last Covid update on 15th June, we are excited that following government confirmation, we are now able to return to indoor dance for the first time since March 2020!   We are very much looking forward to seeing everyone again!   An easy read version of this update can be downloaded here.  …

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