Youngsters fly the flag for Wythenshawe in dancing championships
Eight youngsters are flying the flag for Wythenshawe this week as they compete in the World Irish Dancing Championships.
The eight girls known as the Pink Ladies are members of the O’Reilly Academy of Irish Dancing and are in Glasgow for the prestgious contest.
They will be competing against dancers from across the world.
Sinead O’Reilly took to Facebook to wish her girls good luck and to rally support to get Wythenshawe behind them.
She said: “To our Ceili Team we are so very proud of your passion, commitment and never ending dedication. An incredible bunch of young people to be around and that just adore what they. Good luck to our fellow dance friends all over the world.”
O’Reilly’s Academy of Irish Dancing, teach a range of classes for boys and girls from aged four upwards.
They meet at St Anthony’s Parish Centre on Portway on Tuesdays and at St Andrew’s Methodist Church Hall, Brownley Road on Fridays at 6pm.