Formby dancer is Scot of the class
A FORMBY dancer was highly commended with the president’s award in Scottish junior dancing.
Lucy Norris, 20, completed the final stage of the amateur dancing medals with the help of her dance teacher, Adele Meredith.
Lucy, who is now set for university in Carlisle, began Scottish dancing at Holy Trinity Church hall on Rosemary Lane at a young age.
Adele said: “Lucy has always been really helpful. As well as coming to her own dancing classes she also helped out with the young dancing groups.
“She is lots of fun and it was lovely to have her in the class, she obviously enjoyed it a lot too.”
Adele, a mother-of-one, has taught Scottish dancing for some 12 years. Before, she too was a pupil at the dance classes on Rosemary Lane.
She would like to congratulate all her pupils on all of their outstanding achievements this year.
Fiona Ferguson, bronze highly commended; Emma Jones, bronze highly commended; Hannah Chapman, bronze bar honours; Rebecca Burns, bronze bar highly commended; Natalie Brookfield, silver honours; Emily Smith, silver highly commended.
Rachel Jones, silver honours; Laura Smith, silver highly commended; Emily Smith, silver bar highly commended; Katie Chapman, gold honours; Rosalyn Sword, gold highly commended; Bethany Payet, gold highly commended; Ellen Wagstaff, gold highly commended; Emily Hall, gold highly commended; Emma Stewart, gold highly commended; Katy Brookfield, gold bar distinction; Katie Chapman, gold bar honours.
Louise Russell, gold bar highly commended; Rachael Yule, gold bar highly commended; Emma Burns, gold bar highly commended; Alice Brookfield, gold bar highly commended; Yolanda Lovelady, gold bar 2 honours; Laura Stewart, gold bar 2 highly commended; Sarah Queen, gold star 3 distinction; Alison Queen, gold star 3 honours; Lucy Norris, president's award, highly commended.