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Meon Valley Dance School Re-Opens For First Time Since Coronavirus Crisis

By Times Reporter in News on August 25, 2020

A local dance school is starting classes again for the first time since the start of the Coronavirus crisis.

Boppin, which is run by Meon Valley-based Chloe D’Cruze,  has organised socially distanced dance classes in the theatre space at The Petersfield Festival Hall.

“We are so pleased to be starting again,” says Chloe, who performed in a string of West End musicals as a dancer. “Dance, fitness and mental good health are so important and it is great to have found a wonderful space to use for our classes.

“We are a pop dance school with no exams and no pressure, which I think is important after the difficult year young people have experienced this year, not going to school and missing their friends and normal things.”

The classes, for children of all ages, start again on September 2nd and there are just a couple of places available. Email chloe@boppin.co.uk for further details.

Photo from www.boppin.co.uk (Taken at a previous show before Coronariuvs)

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