Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Success for Launceston YFC at County finals

The winter competitions have been underway in the New Year, with Launceston YFC winning the dancing, singing and member of the year competitions at the county finals. On Saturday 16th January, 8 members of the club won the Dancing round at Liskeard. They had to do four dances to the theme of ‘tomorrow’s world’ and use different dancing styles. The following day was the choir and member of the year competitions at St Ives. 17 members took part in the choir, where they had to sing two songs, one of which had to be from the TV series ‘Glee’. ‘All You Need Is Love’ by the Beatles was chosen, and also ‘Cornwall My Home’, a Cornish anthem. Competition was strong, but they pulled it off with a worthy 89 points. Thanks must go to Sally Grigg for the dance coaching, Roger Williams and Janet Ham for the directing the choir. Member of the year competitions were also held at St Ives on the Sunday, where club chairman Oliver Stephens won senior member of the year. Applicants for this go through a series of interviews and challenges, and it’s a great achievement. Congratulations also to Nick Uglow, who reached second place in the junior member for the year, a very respectable result. Well done to everyone that has taken part.


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