Mother and daughter Zumba instructors raise £670 for charity

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FITNESS Instructor Chantelle Parry and her three-year-old daughter Alice raised £670 for the James Hopkins Trust at a Zumba charity event in Stonehouse.

The mother and daughter duo taught two Christmas themed Zumba classes at Stonehouse Community Centre last month to raise money for the charity which provides practical help for severely disabled children living across Gloucestershire.

Dozens of adults and children attended the classes and Alice, three, taught one Zumba song to the adult class during the taster session.

“It was a really great day and we managed to raise an amazing amount of money which will go towards helping poorly children across Gloucestershire,” said Chantelle.

“We would just like to take the opportunity to say thank you to everyone who came along and made the day such a success.”

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