Some £18,000 has so far been raised for local charity, Peace Hospice Care, at their annual dance fundraising competition, Strictly Come Hospice.
Couples performed the Tango and the Cha Cha Cha in front of an audience of over 400 people at the final on Friday 16th March, at the Watersmeet Theatre in Rickmansworth.
Leading up to the event the 29 participants took part in seven weeks of dance lessons from professional dancers with Paul Alex dance studios. Roddy and Debbie Simm, from Rickmansworth, were crowned the winners of the evening for their dazzling Cha Cha Cha performance.
The competition judges were: professional dancer and teacher, Fay Benoy; Paul Alex, dance tutor and owner of Paul Alex Dance Studios; Declan Carroll, Peace Hospice Care's CEO; and Dan Dark, Senior Vice President and Managing Director at Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden.
For more information about Peace Hospice Care and their fundraising events, please visit the events page or call: 01923 330 330.
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