Applejax Line Dancers
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This is the response following our email to the hall secretary on Saturday night re the slippery floor

Hi Elaine,

Thanks for email and I'm very sorry about the floor.

 

On the 20/21st August the hall was used as a place of safety by a group of asylum seekers that were picked up on the A303 near Ilminster (you may have heard it on the news). They were looked after by the Red Cross. When they left on the Thursday afternoon the Parish Council brought in  professional cleaners to thoroughly clean the hall. I've no idea what they used to clean the floor but obviously this was something completely different to that used by Kim our usually cleaner as have never had problems with slipperiness in the past. I've just spoken to Kim and she is going to see if giving it a thorough clean with hot water will solve the problem.

 

Kind regards

 

Val

 
 

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A little bit about myself ...

I have loved dancing for as long as I can remember - I did ballet classes as a small child and then when on holiday in Bognor with my parents, grandparents and sister I saw ladies in big bustly dresses twirling around the dance floor doing old time and modern sequence dancing (like on the old "Come Dancing" programme). I wanted to dance like them, they were so graceful and they made it look so easy (it wasn't) that we decided that we would like to have a go and so we all went to the dance lessons every morning and to the dance in the evening - we learnt 4 dances in the week that we were there, and we loved it, and on returning home we continued dancing as a family for many years.

After my dad passed away my mum saw an advert in the local paper for Linedancing Classes at a school hall near to where we lived - it was for beginners and it said that you didn't need a partner. She was really desparate to go but didn't want to go on her own so asked me if I would mind going with her for the first couple of weeks - she had not really danced since losing my dad. I can honestly say that I was not keen but went along to keep her happy.... well I was hooked! I started dancing in 1990 and taught my first dance in 2002 which was Evergreen by Karen Hunn to Will Young's song of the same name
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12/01/2014