Step to it for charity

THESE pre-schoolers showed their dance credentials when they decided to raise funds in Glasgow for a children's charity.

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The children put best foot forward to raise cash
The children put best foot forward to raise cash

Youngsters at Primrose Day Nursery, based at Maryhill Burgh Halls, organised a sponsored dance in aid of Children in Need – and encouraged the rest of the people at the Halls to join in.

The event took place in the main hall with members of the Halls Trust leading off the dancing with a tango – before the children and staff from the nursery took over.


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