DANCERS were in a spin as they put on a fantastic show for friends and family.
The pupils of Paisley Cameron Dance Group looked dazzling in their costumes as they went through an impressive repertoire during their annual display.
The group of 60 talented females – which included some as young as just two and others aged 30 – put on a showcase of their skills in tap, majorette and modern dance, as well as showing off their disco, rock and roll and street dance styles.
The routines had the 100-strong audience at Park Main High School in Erskine in raptures.
Teachers Hilda Cameron and Gillian Weir were also delighted when a raffle and tuck shop raised £200 to be handed to charity. The Accord Hospice, Diabetic Society and British Heart Foundation will all benefit from the bundle of cash.
Hilda said: “We are so proud of all the girls after putting on another fabulous annual display.
“It was 100 per cent effort from the dancers who all did great. Even the wee ones did brilliantly and looked gorgeous.
“I also have to thank my other teacher Gillian who did so well arranging the second half of the show and I’d also like to say thanks to the audience who were superb.”
The Cameron Dance Group meets every Tuesday at 5pm at the Tannahill Centre in Ferguslie Park starting from August.
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