Belly dancing and aerobics among activities at relaunch of Bury St Edmunds Friendship Centre

(L-R)Ian Clarke - Marketing Manager at the Apex, Sarah Jefferys-Emrys, Mayor Robert Everitt, Isa Randle and Jane Andrews - Manager of the Friendship Centre pictured at the relaunch of the Bury St Edmunds Friendship Centre at the Apex. Pic - Richard Marsham ANL-150119-142615009

(L-R)Ian Clarke - Marketing Manager at the Apex, Sarah Jefferys-Emrys, Mayor Robert Everitt, Isa Randle and Jane Andrews - Manager of the Friendship Centre pictured at the relaunch of the Bury St Edmunds Friendship Centre at the Apex. Pic - Richard Marsham ANL-150119-142615009

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Belly dancing, armchair aerobics and circle dancing pulled in the crowds for the relaunch of an organisation which offers social activities and friendship for the over 50’s.

More than 120 people flocked to the event for the Bury St Edmunds Friendship Centre, which is now hosting its monthly meetings at The Apex after losing its six-year base at the Quality Inn, on Moreton Hall.

The Apex was packed with 21 exhibitors including Abbeycroft Leisure, Butterworths and two belly dancers as members have expressed interest in the exercise.

Manager Jane Andrews, who was presented with a charter for her contribution to the life and wellbeing of the Borough of St Edmundsbury, said: “It was absolutely perfect - the place was packed and just buzzing.”

The centre meets on the third Monday of the month from 10.30am at The Apex.

Contact 01284 763318 or email bsefriendship@gmail.com