Guardian Rose: Budding Worksop dancers get chance to shine thanks to ‘role model’ teacher Rebecca

Guardian Rose presentation to dance teacher Rebecca Doona from pupil Daisy Garfitt, eight
Guardian Rose presentation to dance teacher Rebecca Doona from pupil Daisy Garfitt, eight
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A Worksop dance teacher whose hard work has seen her pupils win trophies in national competitions has been presented with a Guardian Rose.

Rebecca Doona, prinicpal of Rebecca’s Dance Studios, was presented with the accolade in a surprise ceremony before a recent dance lesson on Thursday, January 7.

The dance teacher, who has performed at a professional level across the country before going on to realise her dream of opening a dance school, was nominated by Alexa Garfitt on behalf of her eight-year-old daughter, Daisy.

Alexa said: “We feel that Rebecca is a role model for all the girls at the dance studio.

“She shows commitment beyond expectations. She has created fantastic opportunities for Daisy to be involved with some amazing shows and also being part of a troupe for Blackpool, which won a national competition. “Daisy dreams of becoming a professional dancer, and I know while ever she has Rebecca’s guidance and support it will continue to be possible.”

Our Guardian Roses are generously donated by Walker’s House of Flowers, based in the Priory Shopping Centre.

Want to nominate an unsung hero in the Worksop community for a rose? Call 01909 500500 or email newsroom@worksop-guardian.co.uk

Find out more about Rebecca’s Dance Studios online at http://www.rebeccasdancestudios.co.uk or by calling 01909 290019.