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WISP Dance Club meets every Tuesday night at the Glanrafon Centre in Mold

WISP is a fun and exciting place to meet up with friends and enjoy movement and dance together
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We Took The Eisteddfod 2017 By Storm!

The gang at the Eisteddfod today. Our dance Away looked beautiful and the Making Waves performance received a standing ovation  well done WISPers and all the members from the other groups involved. Totally smashed it. Members of the public congratulating us afterwards as we wandered around the field. #soproud Today's performance was part of WISP's current Llysgenhadon - Ambassadors Project supported by Arts Council of Wales, Scottish Power Foundation and WISP Dance Club ...
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Time to go AWAY tonight

Another sneak peek into WISP's performance of AWAY tomorrow night 29th June @ Gala Dawns I Bawb as part of the Unity Festival in Caernarfon. Tickets £6 http://www.galericaernarfon.com/eng/whats-on-selected.php… AWAY choreography by Uma O'Neill. Photos by Suzanne from https://perfectmoments-photography.com/ Parts of WISP's current Llysgenhadon-Ambassadors project supported by Arts Council of Wales, Scottish Power Foundation and WISP Dance Club ...
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Where to find us The Glanrafon Arts Centre is situated on Glanrafon Road, just off Wrexham Street (just past Stanways Cabs and the entrance to the Co-Op car park) in Mold, Flintshire. The site is fully accessible and has an on-site car park. We dance in the contemporary dance studio.
Equal Opportunities WISP Dance Club works within a principle of equal opportunities. WISP believes that discrimination and prejudice on the grounds of disability, ethnicity, gender, religion, marital status, sexual orientation and social class is incompatible with the principal of equal opportunity.
Child and young person’s protection policy

WISP Dance Club recognises that it has a Duty of Care towards its members and other young people participating in its activities.

WISP undertakes to act as a careful parent would, so that the safety and well-being of all its young people is ensured and any risk is minimised.

All staff are referred by Social Services or schools and have Enhanced CRB checks through the Criminal Records Bureau. WISP has a current and on-going dialogue with Social Services and schools.

All WISP staff are familiar with The Children’s Act 1989. They are aware of their duty to protect young people in their care and will act to prevent harm. Staff are given guidelines, trained to be aware of abuse issues, will listen objectively and take action if necessary, through contacts with Social Services. If a complaint is received a written record will be made.