11:05AM, Sunday 09 February 2014
Preparations are underway for the return of an annual dance event which is set to feature 25 primary schools and 850 young people from across the Royal Borough.
This year's event will feature 31 performances and has been given the title 'Weird Science'.
It will take place at the Magnet Leisure Centre, in Holmanleaze, on Wednesday and Thursday.
Architectural and surveying firm Thomson Roddick & Laurie has once again sponsored the event after backing it last year and architectural consultant Phil Grover visited Riverside Primary School, in Cookham Road, on Tuesday to see how preparations were going.
He said: "It's great to play a part in something that brings together so many schools and gives so many children a special experience."
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