Babyballet comes to Bognor Regis area

Twinkle the babyballet bear comes to Bognor Regis seafront
Twinkle the babyballet bear comes to Bognor Regis seafront
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A franchise of award-winning child dance brand babyballet has opened in Bognor Regis and the surrounding area.

Professionally-trained dancer Jessica Smith is teaching the new pre-school classes in Felpham, Bersted, Pagham and Barnham.

Known to the children and parents as Miss Jessica, she said: “I am so excited to be bringing babyballet to Bognor.

“As babyballet has been so successful, I’m sure it will quickly become very popular in the Bognor and five village area and will be loved by children and parents alike.

“We’ve already had some amazing reactions when we took Twinkle bear, our mascot, to Bognor town centre last month.”

The inclusive, fun and animated classes, which specialise in child development, are aimed at children from the age of 18 months to four.

Jessica already has wide experience as a babyballet dance teacher and is an experienced performer in her own right, having sung and danced throughout the world on cruise ships, alongside the likes of Little Mix, Sinitta and other stars.

She is delighted to have bought her own franchise in the area where she has lived for most of her life.

Venues include the St Mary’s Centre, Bersted Park Community Centre, Barnham Community Hall and Pagham Village Hall. Visit www.babyballet.co.uk for details.

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