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Name: Antonia DiCarlo
Age: 26
Year of the Fix: 2014
Location: Nairn, Scottish Highlands
Campaign: To promote the benefits of dance

I began dancing when I was three and believe that it has many benefits.


As well as being fun and sociable it can build a person’s confidence and self-esteem, and can help create a real sense of belonging to a community.

It’s a misconception that you have to be a brilliant dancer to take part in dance classes.

Dance is for everyone and I’d encourage those of all abilities to give it a go!


To demonstrate this, I’m organising a hip hop flashmob event in Inverness, with Fixers.


Click on ‘updates’ above for more details.


We’re hoping to film on the day to put together a music video which can then be used to promote dance across the Highlands.


*NOTE: Fixers sometimes go beyond the 16-25yr age bracket while working on their Fix.

Here is a list of Fixers helping me with my Fix:


Josh Hunter Natasha Hunter
Hannah MacRae Wioletta Gazda
Ashleigh Gribbins Emilia Stewert
Natalie Hamilton Calvin Brown

September 2014

My campaign was featured in the Inverness Courier! You can see this article below.



July 2014

My Fixers film, #HipHopHighlands, is complete and has been shared on social media! Here’s what some people had to say about it:


‘Those kiddies look so happy!  What great rewarding work.’


‘Honoured to be a part of this. This was such an awesome thing to do. Behind you all the way.’


‘Brilliant, love it. Great achievement, Antonia. Gold Medal.’


‘Boooom! This is epic, and I feel just the beginning of an amazingly bright future. A-plus!’


‘Awesome! Big ups Antonia and the crew!’


‘Inspiring Antonia. Good work!’


May 2014

With the help of Fixers, I organised a hip hop flashmob event on Monday 5th May to demonstrate the benefits of dance and to encourage people to give the activity a go.


The event, which took place on Church Street, Inverness, was filmed by Fixers to create a music video that will be used to promote dance across the Highlands.


The event went amazingly well. We had around 20 young people take part and the public responded in a positive way.


Young people taking part in flashmob 


Here is some feedback from participants and supporters on the day:


‘That was a great day.’


‘That was an amazing day. I want to do it all over again!’


'Loved every minute.’


‘You did a great job, Antonia. Proud!’


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