Bexhillians keen to get involved in the town’s World Record attempt to dance the biggest Charleston later this month can hone their skills at a workshop tomorrow (Saturday, July 4).
The workshop will take place on the Terrace of the De La Warr at 2.30pm.
It will be a chance for participants to brush up on their skills or learn the routine on the site of the World Record attempt, which will be taking place in just two weeks time, as part of the Bexhill Roaring 20s festival. The festival will be a fantastic day of events with air display times and a comprehensive itinerary of the day to be published shortly.
The event will include non-stop music and dance all day, a procession and stunt action prohibition in the town.
Organiser Roger Crouch said: “Let’s get the record and those that can, come down to the De La Warr Pavilion this Saturday.”
* Picture by Simon Newbury.
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