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Strictly's Matthew Cutler backs Berkhamsted hospice event

PUBLISHED: 18:38 09 September 2010 | UPDATED: 17:48 20 February 2013

Strictly's Matthew Cutler backs Berkhamsted hospice event

Strictly's Matthew Cutler backs Berkhamsted hospice event

COULD you be the next Matthew Cutler or Flavia Cacace? Now is your big chance to be part of that glitz and glamour and raise money for St Francis Hospice in Berkhamsted.

COULD you be the next Matthew Cutler or Flavia Cacace? Now is your big chance to be part of that glitz and glamour and raise money for St Francis Hospice in Berkhamsted.
Matthew Cutler, the famous Latin American dance champion who has led celebrities such as Alesha Dixon to victory in BBCs hit series Strictly Come Dancing, is supporting the Berkhamsted-based hospices first ever Strictly Learn Dancing event.
The hospice is offering 40 members of the public 20 males and 20 females the opportunity to be trained by professional dance teachers, Brian and Shirley from Balia-Cusworth Dance School, and discover the delights of waltzing and cha-cha-cha-ing, culminating in a grand final performance on November 27.
On the night contestants will enjoy the luxury of a free hairstyle, spray-on tan and makeover, courtesy of Gorgeous Beauty and Gorgeous Hair in Berkhamsted plus outfits provided by Froxy Lady in Hemel Hempstead.
Matthew said, I am delighted to be supporting such a worthy charity. I hope you will all embrace the challenge in the knowledge that whilst enjoying the fun of learning to ballroom dance, you are also helping those most in need at the most difficult time of life. Good luck and keep dancing!
All participants will be encouraged to raise a minimum of 300 sponsorship to support the vital work of the Hospice. Call the Fundraising team on 01442 869555 or email fundraising@stfrancis.org.uk.


Closing date is September 30, 2010.

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