09:12AM, Wednesday 02 March 2016
A pair of young dancers added to their school’s trophy haul at a competition on Saturday.
The Glendalough School of Irish Dancing in Windsor was set up in 2014 by Fiona Havord.
Two girls, Anna Wadley, 10, and Ava-Grace Kersen, seven, travelled to the City of London Feis competition in Bethnal Green.
They both came away with two first places and moved up a level in some of their dances.
Their new trophies add to the host of awards the school has won in its limited spell of competing.
Fiona is a social worker in Maidenhead and started dancing herself 25 years ago.
The school has grown since starting and now has about 20 dancers.
The 31-year-old said she hopes the school continues to expand and more pupils are able to compete at the next feis in May in Hemel Hempstead.
She added: “They do so well at the competitions even though they have only done it for a year or so and I’m really proud.”
For more information, contact Fiona on email@example.com or call 07511 678277.
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