By Derek Jones - 30th April 2012 7:03am
On Saturday evening, the Audlem Scout and Guide Hall came alive to the sound of the Argentine Tango.
Rodney and Christine Cottrell had arranged the evening to raise funds for the RNLI.
Alex and Anthony Davis (Argentine Tango dance teachers) demonstrated in great detail the art of the dance. The packed hall of enthusiasts had the opportunity to practise their skills with the aid of Alex and Anthony.
The end of the evening was rounded off with the opportunity to dance with the instructors.
Rodney and Christine would like to thank all who attended to make the the evening such a success.
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