Dancers - and lifeboat crew - join world record tapathon at Cromer Pier this weekend for Children in Need
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Dancers are heading to Cromer pier on Sunday to take part in a world record attempt helping Children in Need.
But their ranks will also be swelled by the local lifeboat crew, joining the session after their Sunday morning training.
The event sees members of Marlene's School of Dancing getting involved with an annual Tapathon at 1pm at the Pavilion Theatre.
It is organised by The Performers Project, which is calling on tap dancers of all ages and skills to take part at 200 venues across the country.
The aim is to get as many people as possible dancing at the same time to the Pharrell Williams son Happy. The target is 7,596 to get the record.
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Marlene's School of Dancing has so far raised £820 by selling 'Tapathon' T-shirts and will also be fundraising on the day.
Marlene Duniam who runs the school welcomed the addition of the lifeboat crew - who have insisted they are hidden away in the back row.
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She said: 'They should be good as they must already have good balance from being at sea. You never know it might even open up a new career for one or two of them'
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