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Dance the night away for Richard House

12:02 06 September 2012

Movers and shakers still have time to sign up for a dance extravaganza to raise money for a Beckton children’s hospice.

Take To The Floor from Richard House on Vimeo.

Take To The Floor, a dance competition for Richard House Children’s Hospice in Richard House Drive, will be held at Canary Wharf on November 28 and December 13 for the second year running.

Open to all amateurs in a range of Latin and Ballroom dances, organisers hope to repeat the success of last year when more than £20,000 was raised to help children with life-limiting conditions.

To sign up, fill in an online registration form before October 1 here.

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