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Come and enjoy the hockey fun and be a film extra too!

PUBLISHED: 16:56 14 August 2014 | UPDATED: 16:56 14 August 2014

Pictured from left to right, are Chantel, Yasmin, Amy, Sophie, Stephanie, Jessica, Ciera and Jade, who collectively form the Midnight Heat.

Pictured from left to right, are Chantel, Yasmin, Amy, Sophie, Stephanie, Jessica, Ciera and Jade, who collectively form the Midnight Heat.

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Wapping Hockey Club introduce new cheerleaders at Club Day

Wapping Hockey Club are holding a Club Day at the Lee Valley Hockey & Tennis Centre, Leadmill Lane, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Saturday, August 30.

The club will will be making a promotional film on the day and would like as many people as possible in the stadium to star as extras in crowd scenes. Filming will start at 12noon.

Throughout the day, there will be opportunities for people of all ages, including people with disabilities, to take part in hockey related activities, and there will also be high quality games to watch all day.

It will also be the first performance of the Midnight Heat Dancers who are going to be the club’s new cheerleading squad. The Midnight Heat Dancers are Europe’s leading professional dance team. A collaboration of diverse dancers, cheerleaders and performers that bring positivity, fierceness and entertainment to a worldwide audience. Their unique demeanour and versatile performance style sets them apart from the rest.


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