Community Flash Mob – May Fayre

 

Following the huge success of the last Community Flash Mob which took place in November 2016 at Fratton Park, Pompey in the Community have done it again! This time, a group of 26 young people aged between 7 and 20 surprised attendees at the St Marys May Fayre on Monday 1st May. The May Fayre is an annual community event and celebration of life that is held in the grounds of St Marys church in Fratton and this year thousands of local people attended to enjoy the day.

The young people who participated have learnt the routine over many weeks and put in a lot of hard work. It was a fantastic effort for all the young people and families involved! Well done to everyone who took part and our fantastic coaches who organised the performance.

Quote from Father Bob at St. Marys Church “Thank you to you and the group – it was a great display – hope you enjoyed being part of the May Fayre.”

Watch out for more local flash mob performances coming up! If you want to get involved in the next flash mob performance we are planning, come along to the next Community Flash Mob session which takes place every Saturday morning from 11-12pm at Fratton Community Centre. It is free and open access and for all ages and abilities. For more information on taking part in an upcoming flash mob and being part of the sessions, please contact Chelsey Langdown on Chelsey.langdown@pompeyitc.org.uk.

If you are from Fratton area and want to get involved in a weekly active sessions, this could be for you! We also run a Multisports session at Portsmouth Academy every Monday from 7-8pm for 8-14 year olds, boys and girls for mixed abilities. A fantastic way to get involved in our work in the community. For more information on this session, please contact Gavin Ireland on gavin.ireland@pompeyitc.org.uk.IMG_5796

 

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