After the success of last year’s Glow in the Arc, raising money for St Nicholas’ Hospice Care, local girl Danielle Ribbon is revitalising the event again to help raise money for her charities in a bid to support her success to become Miss GB.
Currently supporting lots of charity events, Miss Suffolk would like to raise awareness and money for her chosen charities, GLOBALS Make Some Noise and LAMP, for mental health advocacy.
In an effort to help raise funds, the Arc Shopping Centre, in Bury St Edmunds, has teamed up with Miss Suffolk and The Jessica Barber Academy Of Dance to host Glow in the Arc with the aim of raising as much awareness and money for the charities as possible. With the fantastic success last year of raising over £1,700, they are hoping to smash this target!
So, put on your dancing trainers and join in with a Clubbercise® session in Charter Square, on Monday, August 21, between 7.30pm and 9.30pm. It’s a simple, fun dance fitness routine using glow sticks to club anthems from 90′s classics to the latest chart hits!
Tickets cost £10 per person (+booking fee) and this includes your glow sticks.
It’s not just about the Clubbercise® session either, there will be a raffle on the night with prizes up for grabs – tickets are £1 per strip. Prizes include a meal for two from Wagamama and beauty products from L’Occitane and fun prizes from Paperchase. There will also be burger and milkshake samples from Byron after your workout – because you will have earnt them.
All ticket and raffle sales go to the two charities, GLOBALS Make Some Noise and LAMP, mental health advocacy.
Get your glow on and book your tickets now. Visit the website to book – https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/glowinthearc
Arc Centre manager Colin Roberts, said: “We love taking part in events that support the local community and charities, as we get to have fun organising the event and get to see people having fun taking part. We can’t wait to see supporters and fitness fanatics supporting the very worthy causes.”