Twirling group celebrate a season of success

PUBLISHED: 16:00 15 December 2017

The twirlers with their awards.

The twirlers with their awards.

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A twirling group has celebrated a successful season at an award ceremony this week.

The Vogue Twirlers held its end of season presentation which was combined with a sleepover for troupe competitors.

Awards included the spirit award, most improved and team player, which were presented to Chloe Salter, Malackey Freeman and Ebony Belcher respectively.

A raffle was held after the awards to help raise valuable funds for the 2018 season, with prizes from Costa, Kaspa’s, Beauty Oasis and Brent House Carvery and many more.

A club spokesman said: “Vogue Twirlers is continuing to go from strength to strength and this is reflected in its team and individual achievement.”

If you would like to join in with the team’s success and sponsor the group for the upcoming season, contact Lauran Land on 07931 825599 or email voguetwirlers@gmail.com

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