Mac’s moves are highlight of BBC Children In Need fundraiser

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Not since the aftermath of that Strictly Katya kiss has a dance routine been so highly anticipated.

Oxted’s Surrey County Councillor Cameron Mcintosh took to the dance floor at Hurst Green’s St Agathas Hall to show off his moves to the Mark Ronson- Bruno Mars hit Uptown Funk to help raise money for the BBC Children In Need appeal.

Cameron’s capers were just some of the highlights of the annual fundraiser organised by Matthew Leadbeater and his family- Matthew has now moved from Hurst Green to Caterham -and featuring a day of food, refreshments, music, stalls and children’s activities.

Matthew’s special guests were Ridge Radio dj Mel Johnson, Tandridge District Council vice chairman Lindsay Dunbar, Caterham town crier Sonia Hunt, BBC Radio Surrey presenter Mark Carter, who lives in Godstone and from Lingfield, former Crystal Palace and Fulham central defender, South African born Gavin Nebbeling.

Photos kevin black

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