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Story added: 17th February 2020

CSF All Stars perform at the famous Copper Box Arena in London

Participants from the Foundation’s Premier League Kicks Dance sessions got the opportunity to show off their dance moves to hundreds of spectators at one of the country’s premier venues on Sunday.

The CSF All-Stars took to the main stage at the famous Copper Box Arena in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic park for a three-minute performance.

It was the third time the dance troupe have performed at the event, which is hosted by Legacy Cheer and Dance Company and welcomes groups from across the U.K.

Darren Hunter, CSF’s Disability Development Manager, added: “It’s such a great occasion. A lot of time and dedication went into the dance routine. Coaches Georgia and Lisa have done an super job, and the performance was amazing.”

The Foundation’s dance sessions are free, thanks to funding from the Premier League.

To find out more about the programme, click here.

"It was fantastic to see my daughter up on the stage performing in front of lots of people. I’m really proud of her, and thankful to the coaches at CSF for giving her the opportunity."

Julie Rogers

Parent of participant

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