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20 Apr
A perfect twirl for new partnership

A perfect twirl for new partnership

A new partnership between Workpower, City of Belmont and Ballroom Fit will provide more than 45 opportunities for people with disability to take on ballroom dancing for six weeks.

The ability classes will promote self-expression and encourage dancers to express themselves to music in a fun and supportive way.

Workpower CEO Lee Broomhall said it is an exciting partnership which will increase opportunities for people with disability to participate in the wider community.

“Local partnerships that benefit people with disability and Workpower’s customers are extremely important to us, and we’re thrilled to be partnering with the City of Belmont and Ballroom Fit,” said Lee.

Details:

  • Dates: Every Tuesday from 3 May to 7 June
  • Time: 11am to 12pm
  • Location: Redcliffe Community Centre, 33 Morgan Road, Redcliffe
  • Cost: Entry fee waived, support session costs applicable
  • What to bring: Water, comfortable shoes.
  • Your Support Coach must attend with you.

Ballroom Fit organiser, Darryl Davenport said that it’s a class for everyone.

“Our friendly coaches cater to a range of physical, learning and cognitive disabilities, adapting classes to each individual’s needs and are always looking out to ensure everyone is stimulated and engaged throughout the session,” Darryl said.

“We encourage support workers to participate with their clients where possible.”

The classes run by Ballroom Fit are funded by City of Belmont’s Community Contribution Fund which has been established to provide financial support to organisations and groups within the City of Belmont to further community projects and initiatives.

To register, please contact Nat Katsaros on 0438 995 516 with your name and the name of your Support Coach.

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