A weekend for Hollie kicked off on the Friday night with a Fashion show of F&F sponsored by Tesco’s and involving 18 models from Gloucestershire College. The evening was hosted by Steve Mitchell and hair and make up done by stylist and beauticians from the College. A  really great evening and a big thank you to all those who helped and contributed.

On Saturday evening the first performance from the students at the Royal Ballet school and local artists. The audience were treated to a fantastic show the brainchild of a friend of Hollie’s, Brogan MeKelvey. Brogan has done a stunning job of choreographing the whole show and getting the dancers to perform at such a high level. In addition, the street dancers were excellent as was the stunning vocals of Lydia.

On Sunday the performances were repeated and got better and better. In addition, we were joined by Increase the Peace holding workshops on music. Amy Round also wrote a song about Hollie and performed it twice with rapturous applause. All who were attended were treated to a fabulous performance by some very young talented individuals. We are so grateful to them all for performing and especially to Brogan and Chloe McKelvey for making it all happen.

Brogan is now working on a show for next year….Bring it on!!

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