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By Liam Moakes 31/05 Updated: 31/05 11:06
A BUSY year has continued for the Studley-based Jump Rope UK aces with numerous guest appearances.
On May 8 Rachael Dale starred on the Russell Howard Good News Show as his mystery guest and Rachael had a great time, along with team-mates Beci Dale and Gemma McGhee.
To see footage go to the Jump Rope UK website at www.jumpruk.com and click on the Facebook icon.
On May 23 Jump Rope UK Kidz Callum, Amy, Caitlin, Olivia and Amelia performed their first demonstration together at Arrow Vale High School for the school's charity event in aid of SADS (Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome) UK.
They were joined by their coaches Beci, Rachael, Lauren and Stacie and did an outstanding job and the audience loved them.
To see footage you can go to the Jump Rope UK website and click on the YouTube icon.
On May 27 Jump Rope UK were invited by Bromsgrove and Redditch Sports Development - in partnership with Bromsgrove and Redditch Network (BARN) - to demonstrate and put on a 'have a go session' and run a stand at their brand new community event at Abbey Stadium.
The day was a great success for Jump Rope UK who made four new recruits to their Monday evening recreational session.
You can catch the team in action as part of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebration on Monday, June 4 as they have been invited to perform and entertain the crowd at Studley Parish Council's Picnic in the Park at 1.30pm on Studley Recreation Ground.
For any more information about joining or booking Jump Rope UK, either contact Sue Dale on 01527 854194 or go to www.jumpruk.com.
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