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Dancers to help charity.

When dance school teacher Pauline Lazenby was looking for a charity to support she suddenly realised that the answer was staring her in the face.

Pauline was struck by how many of her pupils were turning up for classes carrying inhalers to help with their asthma. More than a third of the children at her Timestep School of Dance in Blyth, Northumberland, suffer from the condition - including Pauline's seven-year-old daughter Hannah.

Now the National Asthma Campaign is set to benefit from the school's 10th anniversary stage show - Dance 2003 - at Blyth's Wallaw Theatre on July 14-16.

Yesterday Pauline, who lives in Cowpen, Blyth, and runs the 63-pupil dance school at the town's Buffalo Centre, said: "Anything that can be done to alleviate the complaint is a good thing."

Tickets cost pounds 4 and pounds 3 and can be ordered by ringing (01670) 367196 or calling at the Wallaw Theatre box office.
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jul 4, 2003
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