EADA provides support and training for Amateur dancers and acts as the voice of English Amateur dancers amongst other dance organisations both in the UK and overseas. EADA also aims to get the younger audience involved and on the dance floor. EADA hopes to increase the profile of dancesport. The membership of EADA includes Amateur dancers of all ages and standards — from beginner through to international competitor. Typically EADA has members each year. Members have to pay an annual registration fee which allows them to compete in competitions run by the British Dance Council , the largest national competitions being the British closed championships Ballroom and Latin and the British Sequence Championships sequence dance.
From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you for joining us, for the support, the memories, the dancing. We hoped you enjoyed the competition as much as we did. Click here to see results. Visit the prizes page for more info. We've added prizes for amateur events.
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