Video: Leeds woman joins in London flashmob dance to raise Autism awareness

DANCE JOY:  Beverly (second, right) taking part in the flashmob event in London.
DANCE JOY: Beverly (second, right) taking part in the flashmob event in London.
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A leeds woman joined in with a flashmob dance in London to raise awareness of an Autism charity.

Beverly Guest, who is originally from Horsforth but now lives in the capital, was inspired to help out the Anna Kennedy Online Charity as she has a young son with the condition.

The performance took place at London’s Spitalfields and included a performance from Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalists Khronos Agoria as well as Soul Symphony Choir.

Anna Kennedy OBE said: “We always like to be different and our strong team work incredibly hard and closely together to help make a difference.”

A video of the performances are available to watch by visiting bit.ly/29J6Zqa.

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