Babyballet dancing for joy following cash boost

Date: Wednesday 15 June 2016

WEB  From L to R Babyballet pupils Lilliana Freya and Holly with teacher Nat

Our North West business unit has provided Babyballet Winsford in Cheshire with a cash boost to support local children with a passion for dancing.

The £650 donation will go towards helping cover class fees for children who would otherwise not be able to take part in the ballet and tap classes, as well as contributing towards the purchase of new tap shoes.  

Natasha Gillan, principle teacher at Babyballet Winsford, comments: “We set up Babyballet Winsford in February following an overwhelming response from interested children in the area, and in just a few short months we have rapidly grown our academy to over 100 children.

“Without the help of Taylor Wimpey, we wouldn’t be able to help the little ones progress on to other styles of dance, or support those who want to learn but cannot afford a place at the academy.”

Babyballet is a nationwide company that has been running for 10 years. Babyballet Winsford provides training to 115 children from the ages of six months to six years old.

Stuart Craig, Sales Manager for Taylor Wimpey North West, adds: “We are very proud to support local clubs and organisations who provide children with the opportunity to have fun, make friends and learn new skills. When we heard that the club was looking for support for its young dancers, we were more than happy to lend a helping hand.

“Our nearby Spring Croft development, launched last year, features a number of homes suitable for families – so we are sure we will see some of our new homeowners pirouetting around the development soon!”

Natasha concludes: “On behalf of everyone at the academy, I would like to extend our thanks to Taylor Wimpey. The generous contribution really will make the difference to our attendees, who we are sure will be the dancers of tomorrow!”

Spring Croft currently offers a collection of three and four-bedroom homes.