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wildcats lead the way in peterborough race for life

Wildcats Theatre School led the way at the Peterborough Race for Life on Tuesday by providing the pre race warm up as well as featured solo singers.

Three young people took to the stage and performed to warm up the crowds.  Bethan Hurford, age 14 who attends Bourne Grammar School sang 'Jessie J - Flashlight' and took part in the Burghley Race for Life earlier in the year for her Dad and her Grandad.  Jessie Auciello, age 13 from Casterton Business and Enterprise College in Stamford sang 'Lips are Movin by Megan Trainor'. Her Grandma, only 3 weeks ago was diagnosed with Breast Cancer and has this week had an operation to remove it.  Finally the youngest performer, Isolde Small, age 11 from Copthill sang 'Blank Space by Taylor Swift'.

After the solo performances the three singers joined the warm up on stage which was led by Caz Dolby, owner of Wildcats.  The crowd were put through their paces in an aerobic dance session to 'Uptown Funk' - preparing themselves for the race ahead.

Caz Dolby, Owner of Wildcats said 'Wildcats are always keen to support activities and events in the local community and when we were asked to be part of the Race for Life we were delighted.  It is such an important and significant event not only to raise much needed funds but also giving women and girls the chance to do something positive - we very much enjoyed taking part and hope that we can do the same next year'.