Arts & Culture

London dancer recognised for her work in the community with National Lottery Award

A dancer from London has been recognised for her work in helping women who have been touched by cancer.

Emily Jenkins was given A National Lottery Award after she set up Move, Dance, Feel in 2016 to address what she believed was a gap in the cancer care services.

She was given the award by the former Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene Philips, they have both been speaking to James.

Tanya Francis 14th October 2021

TagArts & Culture, LocationGreenwich

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