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15:56 19 May 2014

Dancers from Shkembe Soup at Unity Groove

Dancers from Shkembe Soup at Unity Groove's Something event at Cody Dock. Photo: David Mirzoeff

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Hula-hooping and hip-hop workshops were among the varied activites on offer at a family fun day held at Cody Dock.

The Something event, organised by community group Unitygroove, attracted more than 1,200 adults and children on Saturday.

Belle Tidswell, of Unitygroove, said: “It was a fun day out so thank you to everyone for supporting us and coming out.

“The weather was great which was perfect and it gave the whole event a really nice atmosphere.”

Although only a few hundred pounds was raised towards the group’s aim of funding their own permanent community hub, Belle hopes that the event was well enjoyed by those for attended.

“There were a lot of people who hadn’t been to Cody Dock before who came along, so it was good to raise its profile,” she added.

For information about forthcoming events, visit unitygroove.org

For more pictures, click on the picture gallery on the right.

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