IT'S Not So Strictly Come Dancing tomorrow evening (Saturday) when four well-known Magalluf personalities hit the floor for charity.
Former Pirates Adventure frontman Phil Saint, Calvia councillor Kate Mentink and two other residents aim to win the competition staged at the resort's Pickles Ballroom. All have been practising hard for the dance-off, which will include renditions of a waltz and cha-cha.

The event is the latest in a series of competitions staged at the dance studio to raise money for local charities. Some tickets are still available from Pickles or Calvia Town Hall.


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