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How the ‘garden groovers’ could come to a West Leeds street near you during lockdown

A social distance doorstep dance is being held in Bramley this week.

Called the #GardenGroovers, Dance Action Zone Leeds (DAZL) and Barca Leeds will be on Broadlea Road for a doorstep dance on Wednesday.

The first dance last week saw part of the Fairfields estate take part in a dance session from the safety of their own front gardens.

Ian Rodley, from DAZL, said it was a great way of keeping young people active:

“As promised #gardengroovers is going on tour! Social distance rules apply. Please do not travel to see us… just let us know your street and we can come to you!”

Dazl can be contacted here.


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