Lord mayor's got the moves at celebrations
ALTHOUGH last weekend was the main focus of the Queen's diamond jubilee celebrations, the fun has carried on in Bristol.
LinkAge volunteers in Bedminster and Southville put on their dancing shoes for a special event to mark the occasion, and were given some help from a very important source.
New Lord Mayor, Councillor Peter Main, took to the dance floor at the Southville Centre to show off a few moves along with other dancers.
The jubilee social dance was the first event organised by the Bedminster and Southville LinkAge Advisory Group. Set up in 2007, the group is made up of residents aged 55 and over, all of whom volunteer their time to help improve the lifestyles of people of a similar age in the area.
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They advise on the activities that people would like to take part in, and also help point older people towards activities already available that they might not have heard of.
Local LinkAge Community Development Worker Debbie Wills said: "What better time for the group to get hands-on than the jubilee?"
As well as having dance tutors on hand to help those whose steps were rusty, the dance's organising committee led by Margaret Bishop also laid on live music and tea.