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Telford BGT star Levan launching dance and fitness business

By Deborah Hardiman | Telford | Telford entertainment | Published:

Telford's ex-Britain's Got Talent contestant Levan Peart is making all the right moves with plans to launch his own dance and fitness enterprise.

The 21-year-old choreographer, from Hadley, specialises in urban styles and is in the process of launching his new Finesse Fitness venture.

He is due to start with a four-week programme for the community at Telford College of Art & Technology (TCAT) in the sports block on November 15 from 6.30pm-7.15pm, with the aim of helping the town's residents to get fitter and healthier.

"I have been a choreographer for the past eight years and have featured on ITV's Britain's Got Talent and Sky 1's Got To Dance. I am looking to get into schools and academies to teach my freelance urban choreography workshops," he said.

"I am running a four-week fitness programme for individuals in Telford and surrounding areas who are looking to get fit and active and start their fitness journey. "It is based around one exercise class per week for the next four weeks. I will also be including nutritional information for the members to take away to keep them on track during and after the course.

"Members will also have access to our secret group '4 Week Fit Zone' which is used for group support, motivation and advice. I really want to empower my community through well-being and I believe that this is a perfect way to start helping our community develop physically, spiritually and emotionally."

Levan is also hoping to attract a grant to assist with set-up costs and spare gym space.

To book places contact him at finessefitness@gmail.com.

The former Blessed Robert Johnson College pupil appeared with the dance troupe High Definition on Britain's Got Talent six years ago as a 15-year-old alongside Naomi Peart, Beckie Powell, Sian Peart, Dominic Cooper-Clarke, Liam Brown, and Leanne Adcock.

He was also the founder of the Blackout Dance Group that competed in the UDO British Street Dance Championships in 2014.

Deborah Hardiman

By Deborah Hardiman
@Deborahh_Star

Senior reporter for the Shropshire Star based out of the head office in Ketley. Covering the Telford area.

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