St Johns Community Centre in Congleton was packed to the rafters when over 70 people attended the Congleton Dance to Health groups' celebration event on Monday 8th July.
The latest Dance to Health newsletter is now available to read online.
Participants at the three Sheffield Dance to Health groups (Fir Vale, Stocksbridge and St Augustine’s) chose to celebrate their move towards becoming sustainable groups by taking part in Chance to Dance, which took place throughout Sheffield City Centre on Saturday 29 June.
Dance to Health in Macclesfield, Cheshire recently held a celebration event at their regular venue, CORE (Church of the Resurrection) Community Centre. The event was organised to celebrate two recent successful funding bids and the transition to becoming a self-sustaining group.
Dance to Health participants in Handsworth interviewed their Dance Artist Laura Purkiss as she came to the end of her time with the group. She spoke about life as a dancer and what it has been like being part of Dance to Health.
The first evaluation report on Aesop’s ‘Phase 1 Roll-out’ of Dance to Health is now available. Public Health England advised on tendering the evaluation and Sheffield Hallam University’s Sport Industry Research Centre was appointed.
On Monday 3 June Dance to Health participants, volunteers, dance artists and partners came together at Birmingham Hippodrome for a day of sharing, reflecting and looking to the future.
As an important part of the Dance to Health family you are invited to the Dance to Health Conference taking place at Birmingham Hippodrome on Monday 3 June.
It's March, so it's time for the new Dance to Health Newsletter.
Dance to Health in Congleton is off to a great start with a successful grant bid from Big Lottery Fund’s Awards for All.
Our latest Dance to Health newsletter is now online.
Our Dance to Health groups in South Wales have recently been featured on the radio and in local news.
Our latest Dance to Health newsletter is now online. Take a look to discover the latest news from our groups and more about volunteering opportunities.
The first issue of the quarterly Dance to Health has just been published and is on its way to our Dance to Health communities around the UK.
Dance to Healh sessions now take place at Birmingham Royal Ballet Studios and other venues in the city…
Dance to Health arrives in Birmingham from 21st November...
St Johns Community Centre in Congleton was packed to the rafters as over 70 people turned out to help the Congleton Dance to Health Groups celebrate.
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