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Salisbury Does Strictly

Salisbury Hospice Charity is delighted to share the news that ‘Salisbury Does Strictly’ was an amazing success. Brilliantly organised by Smith & Williamson and held at The Stones Hotel, it was an evening of fabulous dancing, glitter and fun!

With Ian Waite and Kristina Rihanoff performing and also joining the judging panel, ten nervous couples treated the audience to a brilliant display of dance ranging from the Charleston through to the Jive and the Cha Cha Cha!!! Each couple also raised a fabulous amount in sponsorship for

Salisbury Hospice Charity and the Southern Spinal Injuries Trust.

With the audience given the chance to vote for their favourite, the winners were Morvah & Taylor who performed an amazing Paso Doble. Both 16 years old and new to ballroom dance, they were delighted to lift the coveted Glitter Ball.

So far the evening has raised an incredible £16,500, with still more to come in! Huge thanks to Ian Waite & Christina Rihanoff, all the wonderful competitors, Starcast Dance Crew, Spire FM, their fantastic sponsors, those who donated auction prizes and of course Smith & Williamson for hosting such a ‘fabulous’ event.

 

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