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Festive show raises money for elder care charity

PUBLISHED: 13:53 22 December 2015 | UPDATED: 13:54 22 December 2015

Bridging the gap event

Bridging the gap event

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A performance was put on at the Welling Youth Centre

Bexley’s youth helped raise money for Age UK last week after putting on a festive show.

A group performance featuring participants aged from 9 to 16, welcomed older residents to Welling Youth Centre to watch a range of acts including dancing, songs and a pantomime.

The performance was part of a project called “Bridging the Gap” organised by Bexley council which aims to bring genereations together.

Alogether the event raised more than £100.

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