Dancing delight

PUBLISHED: 18:00 07 June 2006 | UPDATED: 09:25 24 May 2010

YOUNG dancers have been entertaining residents at a care home in Nailsea with their nifty moves and musical voices. Members of the Jennie Elms School of Dance put on a performance of ballet, tap dancing and singing at Laurel Court. For more than an hour,

YOUNG dancers have been entertaining residents at a care home in Nailsea with their nifty moves and musical voices.Members of the Jennie Elms School of Dance put on a performance of ballet, tap dancing and singing at Laurel Court.For more than an hour, the youngsters, aged between five and 16, enthralled their audience and then spent time talking to them. The young entertainers proved so popular, they are being invited back to the residential home in September when they will be starring in a 1940s and 1950s night.Members of the Jennie Nelms School of Dance are pictured at Laurel Court where they entertained residents.

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