Leagrave Youth Work Action Group (LYWAG)
Festival favourites Downside Choir return with their mix of upliffting songs
Award winning NGYT return to host our church stage.Their core ethosthat 'The most valuable asset a nation has is the creativity of its children' shines through their work as children of all abilities present critically aclaimed drama, dance and physical theatre
Rayners a dance group based in Sundon Park. Dance is for the young or the young at heart at the school we dance commercial, Latin and Ballroom training many students and teacher training.
Inclusive arts company providing drama workshops for adults with Learning Disabilities and young people within Luton and Central Bedfordshire
INFINITY DANCE COMPANY
We are a brand new freestyle school from Luton that recently just opened in October 2019, looking for more beginners to join our growing competition team. Our teaching team has over 15 years knowledge and experience in the professional dance industry, the school is equipped with the newest modern dance studios. There will be performances today from both Craig and Cydney who are co-principles are the dance school, also some demonstrations from former students who are currently training at the school.
The workshop will be a fun enjoyable warm up routine with a few stamina sequences and some light stretches, followed by a lyrical & some part commercial routine. We would love to have as many people as possible get up and join us in this free class, and get a taste of what our school is all about and then hopefully enrol.
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Leagrave Scout Group based at Southfield Primary School, Pastures Way, Lewsey. Luton LU4 0PE have been in scouting over 60 years and have grown from a small group to now the largest group in Luton with over 120 members over age ranges from 5 ¾ to 70+. Meetings are on a Friday night with Beavers 6-7pm, Cubs 7.15-8.45pm and Scouts from 7-8.50pm whilst the attached Explorer Unit, Hydra ESU are fed and supply a number of Young Leaders to each section of the group and the Unit meetings are at St Luke’s Church Hall on Wednesday nights from 7-9pm.
The group promote the Scout Association motto #Skillforlife and work hard in the local community at local festivals, Care Homes, Church drives, Borough Council street festivals and parties and also support various charities throughout the year.
Working with Paul Vitty and his team over a number of years now on the festival in a growing capacity, the group provide a scout activity camp, BBQ, tuck shop, hot and cold drinks, mini crossbows, climbing wall and scouting personnel whilst also assisting with marquee’s and pop ups for the event.Whether it’s in promoting the festival or running the various activities on the day, the young people enjoy the experience and it helps them build on the #Skillsforlife