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A few short clips of our talented dancers in action! To find out more about our fun and friendly classes, please watch until the end of the video for contact information! I do not own the rights to the music track played in the background.
The Academy of Dance and Theatre Arts perform a flashmob in Guernsey's market square on 10th May 2014! This was choreographed and taught from February-May '14, the ages of the dancers shown range from 10-18yrs. For more information on classes run by Rhianna King in Guernsey, in ISTD ballet, tap and modern, please phone 07781414940 or email email@example.com. I do not own the rights to any of the music used, all credits to the original artists.
https://www.expedia.com/Guernsey.d1290.Destination-Travel-Guides Guernsey is the second largest of the Channel Islands. Just twenty-five square miles in area, this pocket-sized British Crown dependency is big on sunshine, serenity and history. St. Peter Port, is one of Europe’s prettiest harbor towns. Standing guard over the capital for over 800 years is Castle Cornet, which houses some of the island’s finest museums. Continue your history lesson back in town, at the Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery. Just outside in Candie Gardens, stands a tribute to the literary giant, Victor Hugo, who fell under Guernsey’s spell in the 19th century. Follow coastal paths, which pass coastal forts like Clarence Battery and sheltered beaches like Petit Bot Bay. While Guernsey’s coastline often ste...
On Sunday the St Peter Port seafront was closed to traffic and transformed into a sea of market stalls and al fresco dining.
Following the success and sell out performances of The Dance Academy events earlier this year we are holding a one off event in aid of Help a Guernsey Child. We aim to enable fans and supporters of our students and the arts in the island who may have missed the earlier event a second chance to see the fantastic work of our students. We are taking donations via Eventbrite and on the door with 100% going to Help a Guernsey Child. Help a Guernsey Child was established on 12th January 2001 by Island FM to raise funds for deserving children in the Bailiwick of Guernsey. The charity actively seeks to assist disadvantaged local children, young people and youth organisations, and can also meet some specific individual needs. To find out more please visit their website: http://www.helpaguernseyc...
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The Wyoming Cowboy Challenge Academy (WCCA) is a two-phased voluntary program geared toward Wyoming’s 16-to-18 years old at-risk youth. The first phase is a 22-week or 5.5 month residential program followed by a 12-month post-residential or at home second phase. The Residential Phase of the program takes place in a safe, disciplined and motivational environment that promotes structure, teamwork, self-control and academics along with leadership, health, community service, life skills, job skills, physical fitness and citizenship. WCCAA is located at Campy Guernsey Joint Training Center in Guernsey, Wyoming.
Hear Mollie Bihet’s firsthand account of the moment St Peter Port harbour was bombed on Fri 28 June 1940 which killed 33 islanders and injured more. Visit Guernsey for The 2015 Channel Island Heritage Festival to find out more: http://www.visitguernsey.com/heritage-festival The bombing signalled the moment WW2 arrived in the Islands and the beginning of five difficult years of German Occupation for Guernsey and its residents. Life would never be the same again. Today, islanders celebrate their freedom on 9 May, known as Liberation Day.
The Indigenous Jumper jumper will not only be worn by the senior NT Thunder team but also all indigenous teams in the NT Thunder Academy including the Kickstart team playing in the National Diversity Championships in Sydney which begins this Sunday 14 April. Read about the story behind the artwork which was designed by former NT Thunder and AFL player Nathan Djerrkura here: http://www.ntthunder.com.au/2018-thunder-indigenous-guernsey-launched/
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