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Disney adventure for Borders dancers after they gather in Paris

Twenty-four dancers from the Lynella School of Highland Dancing have returned from Disneyland Paris where they took  part in the International Highland Gathering.  
The girls, who travelled with their families, from dance groups based in Eyemouth and Ednam, performed choreographed routines for park visitors  thanks to their efforts and the time given by teachers Susan Grainger and Sharon Sim.

Twenty-four dancers from the Lynella School of Highland Dancing have returned from Disneyland Paris where they took part in the International Highland Gathering. The girls, who travelled with their families, from dance groups based in Eyemouth and Ednam, performed choreographed routines for park visitors  thanks to their efforts and the time given by teachers Susan Grainger and Sharon Sim.

Twenty-four dancers from the Lynella School of Highland Dancing have returned from Disneyland Paris where they took part in the International Highland Gathering.

The girls, who travelled with their families, from dance groups based in Eyemouth and Ednam, performed choreographed routines for park visitors – thanks to their efforts and the time given by teachers Susan Grainger and Sharon Sim.

After a morning of workshops with the Disney professional dancers, the girls entertained the weekend crowds when they joined about 100 other Highland dancers from around the world in a parade through the Disney Park.

A Scottish Highland Dancing competition took up most of the Sunday they were there –all the Lynella entrants won special Mickey Mouse medals.

The young Borderers and their families worked hard to raise funds to help pay for the trip and are grateful to everyone who donated or helped in other ways.

 

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