The Breakout Dance Company's danceathon raises hundreds for Cancer Research UK

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A troupe of Watford dancers performed to crowds in The Harlequin and raised hundreds of pounds for a cancer charity.

Members of the Breakout Dance Company performed a danceathon in the shopping centre on Saturday afternoon (February 23) and raised £332 for Cancer Research UK.

And although they didn’t manage to match last year’s £700 total, organiser Vicki Shepard said the performance was an enjoyable one.

She said: "It was really, really good and everyone had a good time.

"We didn’t raise as much as we hoped but we got a lot of good feedback.

"We also got a lot of the public involved and did a dance class and even did the Harlem Shake.

"It was such good fun and we would love to do it again in the future."

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