Reflex was set up by sisters Lee Morgan and Leesa Archibald a decade ago.
The group organised a number of fundraising activities for a trip to London, where they visited the Pineapple Dance Studios, saw ‘The Lion King’ at the Lyceum Theatre and received a private workshop from the Disney cast.
Lee said: “We are providing these kids with a purpose, something to work towards and we hope we can help them perform in ‘The Magic of Disney’ and achieve their ultimate dream.
Hamilton North and East councillor Davie McLachlan said: “What they are embarking on is a once in a lifetime experience and it will mean so much to so many young people who could only dream about dancing on stage in Disneyland Paris.
“Everyone at Reflex has my full support and I will be doing everything I can to help get them there.
“We are very grateful to those businesses who have already made very generous donations and I hope others can con-
tribute in making this exciting prospect a reality for the wonderful young members of Reflex Dance.”
To contribute visit www.gofundme.com/reflex-dance.
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