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10 th May 2018

Dance and Wellbeing / Dance and Meditation courses June-Aug 2018

Following the launch of these courses in March, Dance System CIC are pleased to announce the next wave of Dance and Wellbeing (Essentia – 8 weeks) and Dance and Meditation (Enliven – 6 weeks) courses staring in June.

Funding from Trafford Housing Trust and the Big Lottery Awards for All grant scheme is enabling Dance System CIC to run these courses over 2018 at a subsidised rate for participants. The courses are running in Sale and Altrincham.

Dance System CIC works in Trafford to deliver and develop courses for people who want to improve their self-esteem and confidence. Through the power of dance and the incorporation of meditation and other self-help techniques, Dance System CIC have devised unique courses for adults that uplift, inspire and boost peoples' confidence and overall sense of wellbeing. Comments from participants in our pilot phase include:

‘This course has given me my confidence back .....'
‘It is brilliant for getting you moving your body and building confidence'
‘I have never done any dance classes in the past but found these sessions so good and enjoyable. It was a 'healing' and very enjoyable experience for me .'
‘This course can change lives.'

Funding has been given for the company to deliver 6 courses throughout the year, train dance artists / wellbeing leaders and trial creating a sustainable model for the company and it's courses moving forward into 2019 post funding.

The current courses are for adults (20+). They are open to all, but we do target adults with mild-moderate depression and anxiety issues as well as those with physical fitness and general wellbeing goals.

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Local Family History Story

Julian Williams of Huddersfield recently contacted Sale Web as he wishes to publicise a photograph and some details of a local family who lived in Sale Moor in the 1860s. One of his ancestors is in the photograph:-

** Note that before the 17th century enclosures Sale Moor extended along the entire length of Washway Rd from the Timperley boundary to School Rd. Sale Moor was enclosed in 1801 and presumably this was the area now known by that name and Washway Rd was 'Sale'. It looks like in the 1860s people did not necessarily distinguish between the two.

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"I have found this old picture taken at the house of Mr Richard Zahn, a merchant with offices at 35 Dickinson Street, Manchester .

The photograph is dated Sunday 20th May 1860 and is located at Sale Moor. The reverse photo gives the names

Looking at the 1861 England census I have located the family and servants of the Zahn family and believe the house may have been called Broad Oak on Washway Road in Sale Moor.**

A distant German relative of mine appears in the picture. He is Heinrich Wilhelm Dieckmann junior, son of Heinrich Wilhelm Dieckmann, a merchant of Hamburg. He would have been about 22 when this photo was taken and is standing on the back row far right with boater hat.

Other names on the back of the photograph include left to right sitting

Miss Leigh (Annie Leigh – sister in law of Mr Richard Zahn – Zahn's wife Emma is Annie's sister)
Mr L? Michaelis
Mrs Zahn (Emma Leigh – Annie's sister)
Mr Jacobs
Mr George Dustendick?
Mr Hermann (?) Michaelis

Back row standing left to right

Mr Richard Zahn
Mr Henry Dorn
Heinrich Wilhelm Dieckmann Jr.

I wonder if anyone might be interested in the photograph and also if any researchers might be able to throw more light on the location and people featured in the photograph.

Heinrich Wilhem Dieckmann went on to become a very successful merchant trading from Hamburg with particularly strong links with 19 th century Russia."

Julian Williams
j.williams@skopos.co.uk

 

Support To Enhance Potential

The Support To Enhance Potential (STEP) project, provides intensive and bespoke support to Trafford residents with mental health problems that wish to access volunteering opportunities or employment. The project is designed to help people to move on and overcome some of the challenges that they may face gaining suitable placements. For futher information visit the website or contact the project coordinator Tara. tara@vcatrafford.org Tel: 07955 858680 (click for flyer)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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