Sisters are hula-ing for Tommy’s

PUBLISHED: 17:41 21 March 2011

Hula sisters Evita, 3, and Brenna, 2

Hula sisters Evita, 3, and Brenna, 2

Dieter Perry

SISTERS with rhythm Evita and Brenna Cantillon are thick as thieves as they shake, wiggle and hula away charity.

Evita, three, and Brenna, two, were among the pre-school children from the Didi Dance club pirouetting like mad at Saturday’s Twirl for Tommy’s event at Christ Church in Highbury Barn, Highbury.

All the tiny movers were sponsored, and the money will go to the Tommy’s charity, which funds research into pregnancy complications.

Proud mum Andrea Savva, from Muswell Hill, said: “Didi Dance makes fun out of movement and rhythm and we’ve been taking the girls for about six months. They love all the props like the hula hoops and Brenna has to do everything her big sister does.

“Tommy’s is a wonderful charity but it’s not that well know about so it’s great to be able to help them out to.”

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