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Sandown-based line dancing instructor and choreographer, Katrina Kelly, alongside regular line dancers and town council guests, joined together to launch local healthy lifestyle initiatives yesterday (Friday).

The event was held at The Broadway Centre in Sandown. The centre is increasingly being used for activities, like line-dancing, which promote healthy lifestyles in a fun and friendly setting.

There are plans to provide more resources to support this approach.

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Voluntary support and funding have enabled a defibrillator to be provided at the Centre, the provision of space for nail cutting service for older people, a therapies room and an outdoor garden with Green Town Volunteers.

Katrina Kelly said:

“Our groups have grown at the Broadway Centre, and members love helping with local projects, such as this and the Independent Lifeboat, and today [Friday] was a good way to celebrate what has been achieved”.

Gary Young, Mayor of Sandown, has said:

“The Town Council greatly appreciate all what residents and groups like Katrina’s do for the town, and the well-being of residents, and it’s good to have these ‘Waves of Support’.

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