Romford dance group Kryptic Fusion looking for a home
A dance group for children hailed as vital by parents has begun its quest for a place to call home.
Kryptic Fusion is a thriving club for children in Havering to learn street dance.
But growth is stymied because currently operating on two sites in Harold Hill and Rainham drives up costs and hits rehearsal time for kids.
Last Sunday saw a fundraiser to kick off a campaign to raise vital cash to purchase a site in Romford.
Around 500 people were entertained by dazzling displays by well-rehearsed youngsters, at Grays Civic Centre in New Road.
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Natalie Cheal takes her six-year-old daughter Aaliyah to Kryptic Fusion.
“Kids face a lot of problems growing up and Kryptic Fusion is a place where they can dance and it does not matter,” said Natalie.
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“When they leave they are happy. Seeing them on Sunday was electric and the kids were buzzing backstage.”
Krpytic Fusion has a fine pedigree under the leadership of founder Nicola Nicola Stewerd. (spelling given me)
One group scooped a �1,000 prize on the Sky 1 TV show, Got To Dance.
“It is fundamental that the group gets a new home. They cannot progress any further where they currently are,” said Natalie.