When a spinal cord injury meant Vickie Simmonds had to start using a wheelchair, she rediscovered her love for dancing. With the help of her best friend Amanda, who is able-bodied, she spent a year in the dance studio choreographing routines that could be danced in a wheelchair.The pair then decided to establish their own…

When a spinal cord effort meant Vickie Simmonds needed to start out up the exhaust of a wheelchair, she rediscovered her love for dancing.

With the befriend of her most efficient buddy Amanda, who is ready-bodied, she spent a One year in the dance studio choreographing routines that will presumably well presumably additionally be danced in a wheelchair.

The pair then made up our minds to connect their very occupy inclusive dance firm in Winchester, Hampshire, that lets in people of all ages and talents to bounce together.

They now want to engage extra wheelchairs that will presumably well presumably enable extra people to take hold of segment in the classes, even supposing they need to now not wheelchair users.

Video journalist: Curtis Lancaster

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