Local newspaper excerpt
The Visitor: September . Written by Greg Lambart.
"Two of the area's top dance teachers are about to experience a 'fuzion' of their talents. Tracey Austin and Linda Wilson have joined forces to create 'Dance Fuzion' - a new series of dance classes in various dance styles starting this Saturday (September 5).
Tracey and Linda started out as dancers together “a few years ago!” at the Peggy Glenn school on Balmoral Road and have been friends ever since.
Tracey still runs her own respective school the Dance Factory on Regent Road
But Dance Fuzion gives them a chance to work together and bring something new to Heysham. Dance Fuzion classes will be held at St James’s Church and will include Tiny Tots Ballet, Gym, Cheerleading, Freestyle, Boys’ Streetdance, Musical theatre, Street Jazz
Lancaster and Morecambe Newspapers Events
Tracey was part of the judging panel for the following Lancaster and Morecambe Newspapers events.
These events at the Morecambe Dome were Stage and Choreographed by Tracey. The Dance Routines were performed by The Dance Factory Dancers.
"For the last five years Tracey at the dance factory has been a god send and has helped and advised on many of the ideas behind Lancaster and Morecambe Newspapers glittery events. We always use the dance factory studio for our rehearsal. And Tracey has always been on hand backstage for the last five years helping choreograph our shows but finally for last two years we got her out front as a judge for our annual talent show! Tracey and her girls at the dance factory are extremely professional and I would certainly continue to use them in the future."
Michelle Jolly Lancaster and Morecambe Newspapers Events Supervisor 2008.
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