The inspiring work of DanceSyndrome was recognised at a national level this week when our Dance Leader team was announced as  winner of The People’s Award at the National Learning Disabilities & Autism Awards.   The awards, which took place on Friday 28th June at the ICC, Birmingham, celebrate excellence in the support for people…

The work of DanceSyndrome Founder Jen Blackwell was celebrated with a Highly Commended certificate in the HER-abilities Award category at the Inspire Women Awards this weekend.   The Inspire Women Awards celebrate the wealth of outstanding contributions women have made to the North West. It is a night of celebration and achievements of women from…

Everyone at DanceSyndrome is excited to be able to share the news that we have been awarded a 2019 Queens Award for Voluntary Services, which is the equivalent of an MBE for voluntary groups.    We are very proud to receive such a prestigious award and we are incredibly grateful to our wonderful volunteers who…

The construction team working on the new Frontier Park development at junction 6 of the M65 have chosen to support DanceSyndrome after winning a site safety award.   The new development at Frontier Park was chosen as the winner of a “safest site” award by Bethell, a leading privately-owned construction and utility services company based…

We’re thrilled that our Dance Leader team have been shortlisted as Finalists for the People’s Award at the upcoming Learning Disability and Autism Awards!   Members of the team travelled to Birmingham on 16th May to be interviewed by the judges and everyone is excited to be attending the awards ceremony at the Birmingham ICC…

DanceSyndrome Founder Jen Blackwell has been shortlisted as a finalist for the HER-abilities Award at the upcoming Inspire Women Awards.   The  Inspire Women Awards celebrate the wealth of outstanding contributions women have made to the North West.  It is a night of celebration and achievements of women from all walks of life in the…

Two dancers from DanceSyndrome have been chosen to perform at a prestigious dance festival in London this summer.   David Corr, 21 from Chorley, and Jessica Reid, 16 from Preston, represented DanceSyndrome at the U.Dance North West regional festival in March at The Lowry, Manchester. Working with DanceSyndrome Dance Artists Sophie Tickle and David Darcy,…

DanceSyndrome supporter Craig Hartley has published his first novella “A Change of Views”. Craig has kindly offered to donate all proceeds from his book to DanceSyndrome!   “The Greek Gods used to be revered by the masses but in these modern times the people had forgotten about them. They needed a change… to move from…