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Attleborough students dance on Diversity bill

PUBLISHED: 10:13 20 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:12 14 July 2010

Attleborough dancers Hayley Briggs, Francesca Izzo, Jescina Thorpe and Charlotte Buck.

Attleborough dancers Hayley Briggs, Francesca Izzo, Jescina Thorpe and Charlotte Buck.

Four Attleborough High School students are celebrating their success after being one of the acts chosen to perform with Britain's Got Talent winners Diversity in Norwich.

Four Attleborough High School students are celebrating their success after being one of the acts chosen to perform with Britain's Got Talent winners Diversity in Norwich.

Hayley Briggs, Francesca Izzo, Jescina Thorpe and Charlotte Buck, all sixth formers, enjoyed the excitement of sharing the stage with Diversity after winning a competition to perform during the Christmas Light switch-on.

The four dancers were thrilled to be chosen for this event. The initial thrill of their success was followed by weeks of hard work devising their dance routine and rehearsing their presentation to ensure that the large audience saw a superb performance from the girls.

After the performance at Chapelfield the girls were exhilarated, having enjoyed the support of friends and family and the enthusiasm of the large crowd that came to watch the acts.

They said: “It was an amazing experience and we wish we could do it again.”


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