Dancer Alice to help raise money for school

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A Lancaster dancer who starred on a TV show will give back to the city at a charity night of entertainment.

Alice Woodhouse, who appeared on BBC1’s ‘So You Think You Can Dance?’ in 2011, will be helping to raise money for Lancaster’s Loyne School for children with disabilities.

Alice’s cousin Harry Brennan was a pupil at the school until he passed away, aged 17, in 2004.

The charity night will be held at the Park Hotel in Lancaster on December 28 from 7.30pm to 11pm. All ages are welcome and tickets cost £4.

“I always want to do something for charity and so I chose the Loyne School as this was a school that gave so much to my cousin throughout his life,” said Alice Woodhouse.

“Myself and my family are working together to raise as much money as we can for all the children at the school.”

Alice herself, Liam Merrigan and Martine Denerley (Harry’s mum) will appear on a night of singing and dancing, fashion and comedy, with great prizes – donated from Lancaster shops – to be won.