A nine-year-old lad who attends Giffnock Primary is dancing all the way to Jersey where he will be taking part in the World Cup!
Lewis Anderson, along with 19 of his fellow students from the G12 Dance Studios in Glasgow have been selected to represent team Scotland in the 2016 Dance World Cup.
This is the largest international dance competition in the world for dancers aged 5-24 year old.
And this is the first year that Scotland have made it to the final, although the contest has been running for over fifteen years Scotland failed to make the grade until now.
In order for the G12 Studio students to represent their country at the World Cup, they have to raise approximately £1500 per child for travel costs, accommodation, flights, uniforms and food before the competition finals on June 25 to July 2 in St Helier.
If you are a business, charity, or an individual who thinks they can help out financially to allow these youngsters to fulfil a dream opportunity, contact: John MacInnes at the Extra on: email@example.com or call 0141 419 4245 and we’ll pass on the details.