Flashmob in Norwich to raise funds for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices
- Credit: Rob Colman
Music and dance surprised shoppers as young performers put on a special flashmob performance at Norwich's Castle Mall.
The young people from the Norwich-based Pam Clarke Music and Dance Academy entertained their audience with a mix of dances including street, contemporary, modern, and rock and roll on Saturday afternoon.
The event was a charity fundraiser for East Anglia's Children's Hospices and the nook appeal for a new hospice at Framingham Earl.
Pam Clarke said there was a great atmosphere during the performance, with the audience also joining in with some of the dancing, and she said they were all delighted to have raised more than £100 for such a good cause.
She added: 'The dancers were proud to be part of an event that helps in any way towards caring for children that are ill and less fortunate than they are.'
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She said they hoped to do more fundraising for East Anglia's Children's Hospices in the future and that she wanted to thank Castle Mall for hosting the flashmob.
For more information about Pam Clarke Music and Dance Academy, find the academy on Facebook
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