Jade Crowther has been dancing for four years, taking part in the Ordsall project Kidzwidreams, based at Salford Lads Club, winning a place at the Company Fierce Dance Academy in Manchester and performing with the top Fierce crew at events all over the region, including this year's Ordsall Festival.
A couple of weeks ago Jade worked with members of Diversity at London's famous Pineapple Dance Studios as part of the Street Dance For Change project which involved young people from dance clubs all over the country raising awareness of charity Railway Children, which helps vulnerable children all over the world.
During the Diversity day, Jade created a new short street dance routine which is now on YouTube. And every view generates a donation of £2 from AVIVA to the Railway Children charity.
Have a look at Jade's routine and raise money for a good cause at the same time…
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More details on the Railway Children charity here