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Strictly (Business) Come Dancing

Strictly Business Come Dancing puts the ‘fun’ in fundraiser every year in Bournemouth and has raised thousands for various charities over the years.

For 2015, the chosen charities are Lewis-Manning Hospice and Parkinson’s Dance. And our pick to win is Martin Bell, healthcare account manager at specialist recruitment agency, Real Recruitment Solutions in Bournemouth.

He’ll be taking to the dancefloor to wage dance war against 10 local businessmen and women to become Business Come Dancing Champion 2015 alongside professional dance partner, Emma Tarrant.

Martin is hoping to reach his fundraising target of £1,000 before the competition finale, which will be held on Thursday December 17 at Pavilion Dance South West in Bournemouth and you can donate now here:

Martin said: “Being a contestant in Bournemouth’s very-own ‘Strictly’ is a dream come true. My dance partner Emma has put together a fantastic high-energy routine that we hope will be a crowd pleaser and the winning dance. I have been inspired by watching Strictly Come Dancing most weekends and am rooting for Jay to win. It’s such a popular show and has encouraged many of my friends, family, colleagues and clients to dig deep and sponsor me.”

He’s got a top-notch partner in Emma, who has herself just competed in the British National Dance Championships in Blackpool. Good luck Martin – and don’t forget lashings of fake tab!

Fact file

Emma Tarrant is currently dancing with Nicholas Jury for England – see for more information.


Real Recruitment Solutions offers a permanent recruitment service within the commercial, construction, healthcare and hospitality sectors throughout the UK.

To find out more about employment opportunities visit or call 01202 530770.



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