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School stepping out to dancing victory

PUBLISHED: 04:11 29 November 2001 | UPDATED: 10:56 03 March 2010

A HOST of pupils from Ipswich School of Dancing have scooped top prizes at the Annual Medallist Competition in Crawley.

First place awards went to Scott Sampson, Jonathan Sparkes, Zoe Charbonneau, Craig Attmere, Angela Peck, Leanne Kuszewski, Lauren Henry, Ed Topless, Theresa Squirrell, Ivan Jones, Julie Abbott, Graham West, Linda Cooper, Alan Allum, Mercia Scarfe, John Scarfe, and David Windsor.

A HOST of pupils from Ipswich School of Dancing have scooped top prizes at the Annual Medallist Competition in Crawley.

First place awards went to Scott Sampson, Jonathan Sparkes, Zoe Charbonneau, Craig Attmere, Angela Peck, Leanne Kuszewski, Lauren Henry, Ed Topless, Theresa Squirrell, Ivan Jones, Julie Abbott, Graham West, Linda Cooper, Alan Allum, Mercia Scarfe, John Scarfe, and David Windsor.

Second place spots went to Chloe Sawyer, Nicola Smith, Samantha Button, Tracey Abbott, Sara Paul, Melissa Nicholls, David Christie, Pam Morfett and John Terry.

The school also triumphed in the couples' competition. Winners in this event were Courtney and Kelsey Abbott, Kelly Allen and Lorraine Hammond, Jonathan Sparkes and Katie Squirrell, Nicola Smith and Angela Peck, Lauren Henry and Leanne Kuszewski and Graham and Anne West.

Lisa Sampson and Samantha Pryke, Craig Attmere and Zoe Charbonneau, Charlotte Patmore and Samantha Button all took second places.

In the three dance category, Lauren Henry and Leanne Kuszewski, and Graham and Ann West both were victorious while David Windsor and Marian Brown came second.


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