Putting the spotlight on the Greenhaff dancers

COLOURFUL, creative talented.

That’s the dancers from the Greenhaff Dance School which offers classes in a wide range of subjects from traditional ballet to funky street.

Its sessions are held in and around County Durham and, as promised last week, here is a full selection of photographs which we captured of the students.

In the meantime, there is just time for schools wanting to feature on these pages to get in touch.

To take part, all you have to do is give us a call on the number below and we will do the rest.

We will capture dozens of pictures of students on the day we pay you a visit.

So to show off your school in the best possible light, make sure you have as many students as possible at the school when we call.

That way, we can give your school the best coverage possible.

Our expert camera men will take individual photographs of dancers and even a huge colour photograph of all your group for you to cut out and keep as a poster.

It is the best dance coverage in the North-East.

And all you need to do to feature in it is to get in touch.

Once we have taken all the photographs, we will publish them in a supplement each week.

And that’s not the only good news.

They will all be available to buy via www.northeastpress.newsprints .co.uk.

So why not get in touch? Ring the Hartlepool Mail’s head of features Chris Cordner on (01429) 239377 or send him an email to chris.cordner@jpress.co.uk

And once your school has featured on our pages, remember to keep in touch afterwards to tell us when your students win trophies.