Blame it on the boogie

Young people in Nuneaton performed dance routines to entertain elderly residents at a local home earlier this month as part of a project run by local charity Revolve, funded by youth volunteering charity v.

Let's dance: young volunteers throw some shapes at the home
Let's dance: young volunteers throw some shapes at the home

Jiving in this picture are volunteers Rebecca Simpson (left) and Stacey Jackson (right).

Revolve exists to encourage young people in north Warwickshire to volunteer. It recently won funding from the local council for a project for young volunteers to buy and fit Nintendo Wii games consoles and Wii fit boards in elderly residential homes to encourage residents to exercise.

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