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One Dance UK Awards 2019: The winners in full

One Dance UK's Christopher Rodriguez and Andrew Hurst with award winner Andrew Self Eddie Nixon from award sponsor the Place. Photo: Brian Slater One Dance UK's Christopher Rodriguez and Andrew Hurst with award winner Andrew Self Eddie Nixon from award sponsor the Place. Photo: Brian Slater
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One Dance UK Awards 2019, which celebrate achievement in dance across the UK, took place at the Imperial War Museum North in Manchester on November 9.

The winners in full:

The Greater Manchester award
Company Chameleon

Outstanding primary dance teaching award
Jacqui Burrows

Outstanding secondary dance teaching award
Gillian Lenton

Rising star award (dance teaching)
Kieran Warner

Dance advocacy award
Magpie Dance

Inspirational community dance practitioner award
Jennie Hale

Inspirational work in education award
ACE Dance and Music

Inspirational lecturer at college, university or conservatoire award
Khyle Eccles, Trinity Laban

Most supportive senior leader or governor award
Billy Downie, the Streetly Academy

Dance healthcare practitioner award
Jody Morgan

Dance healthcare team award
Physical support team at London Contemporary Dance School

Research in dance – impact award
Angela Pickard

Dance science award
Emma Redding

Outstanding dance programming award
Eckhard Thiemann, the Lowry

Innovation in dance award
North East Dance Cooperative

Dance writing award
Sanjoy Roy

Dance on screen, impact award
Scottish Ballet

Best use of dance by a brand
Tesco: DanceBeats

People’s choice award
Javier Torres

Dance personality of the year award
Andrew Self

Lifetime achievement award in dance of the African diaspora
Funmi Adewole

Lifetime achievement award in South Asian dance
Chitraleka Bolar

Lifetime achievement award in dance education and participation
Sujata Banerjee

The Jane Attenborough award
Roger Wolman

One Dance UK launches new industry awards

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