Do you feel like dancing? Nansledan Youth Club is calling on the community to take part in a special challenge in aid of Comic Relief this Friday (March 18).
The crowd performance, or ‘flash mob’ event takes place at 5.30pm in Parc Mengleudh, off Stret Euther Penndragon.
Members of Nansledan Youth Club are hoping for a high turnout to help them raise £500 for this year’s Comic Relief, which helps to change lives in the UK and around the world.
The flash mob will be performing to ‘The Jerusalema’, a dance craze that swept the globe during lockdown.
The upbeat song, by South African DJ and record producer Master KG, inspired children and adults everywhere to step to the beat. There are many expert tutorials online, showing people how to dance to the happy, uplifting music.
The Nanseldan Youth Club dance challenge on Friday will be a chance for people to show off their moves and help a good cause in the process.
Nansledan resident Theresa Ferguson, said: “We hope to get as many members of our wonderful community out in the park as possible.
“You can do as little or as much of the dance as you want if you are shy!
“This is our first ever attempt at this type of event and we are hoping to bring as many of our residents together to have some fun, laughter and enjoyment, whilst raising money for Comic Relief.”
Residents, business owners and staff who can’t make Friday’s flash mob have been asked to upload video clips of them performing the challenge.
All this week, footage has been sent through to Theresa in preparation for the live event.
To donate to the challenge, please visit the Just Giving page here.
To find out more about the Jerusalema dance and for a video tutorial click here.