I have nine in Bradford, Guiseley and Leeds. The age range of our dancers is
teenager to 90! Male and female. 2009 was a big year for us, we trained up another Instructor,
Annie, for holidays and emergencies etc. Annie is in the Question Of Sport picture
in our gallery, she is wearing a red check shirt - second from the right. In March
we were invited to appear on A Question Of Sport BBC 1 Program. 11 dancers, Annie,
Mum and myself danced for hours while the film crew filmed Gail Emms and Lee Sharpe
miming to Islands In The Stream for Comic Relief. It was a proud moment for all,
including the dancers that missed out, they can say ‘That’s our dance Instructor
on TV!’ And the fact it was for charity, something else close to our hearts. In
2005 we raised £2005 for the 2004 Tsunami disaster. Over the years we have collected
a mountain of animal food and money for dogs and cats.
We have also adopted (sponsored) two dogs at the Dogs Trust, Smudge and Mister Magoo.
We have lost count how many thousands of pounds raised for charities like - British
Heart Foundation, Cancer research, MS society, Air Ambulance, and many many more
charities the donations all coming from our generous family of dancers.
Hi, I’m Donna (Rodeo Girl) I started dancing with my mum Diane and younger sister
Cheryl back in 1996. In the year 2000, I talked to mum about me setting up a class
or two in Bradford. We attended Instructor classes with BWDA and passed the exams
with distinctions. In June 2000 I opened my first class and now