Our sessions will close for our Easter break from Sunday 10th April. We will be reopening with the Clitheroe session on Saturday 23rd April.
The DanceSyndrome Team would like to wish all of our participants and supporters a very happy Easter!
If you have some time on your hands while we have this short break, why not have a think about some of our EGG-cellent Easter fundraising ideas? You could even be in with the chance of being our Fundraiser of the Month in April!
April dance sessions
When we return after Easter we are moving to a more structured approach and will be operating a new term time programme with some minor changes from the current programme.
The Summer Term will run from Saturday 23rd April to Sunday 31st July. This will be a 14 week term. We will close on Bank Holidays and for the full Jubilee weekend from Thursday 2nd June to Sunday 5th June.
To get the best experience from the dance sessions, we encourage participants to commit to attending for the full term wherever possible. When booking online you will have the choice to book all the way through to July if you choose to, but we understand that people may need to be flexible and so weekly or monthly payment is still an option.
The great news is that our Zoom technique classes – Street Dance, Rave with Bex and Dave and Musical Jazz – are no longer running as 6 weekly courses, so you can join us mid-term if the sessions have already started.
Our Contemporary Dance technique session will be returning to Preston as an in-person session on Wednesdays at 1pm.
And don’t forget that this term we also have our new in-person Everybody Dance session in Chorley with Jen and Donna at St Georges Church Hall at 1 -2pm every Tuesday.
This is the full programme of activities which will run from Saturday 23rd April to Sunday 31st July.
Zoom session fees
The final change this term is that there will be a slight increase in the session fees for our Zoom sessions. Sessions will now cost £4.50 per person.
These sessions have previously been funded by different grants supporting economic recovery after Covid-19 lockdowns, but as these funding opportunities come to an end we need to increase our fees to cover the cost of delivering the sessions.
We’re grateful for your understanding and support.