Youngsters from a Lynn dance group strutted their stuff in the foyer of Lynn’s new Hardwick Tesco store to help raise funds and awareness as they took part in Dance for Diabetes.
The national charity event was organised by Tesco with hopes of breaking the record for the most people doing the Cha Cha Slide across the country at the same time.
Nathan Jones, better service manager for Tesco, said: “We asked Alison’s Street Dance Crew because they are always away at competitions and we thought it would be nice to see them perform locally. They were all for it!
“We’d like to thank them for their efforts. It was really great to see around 80 people taking part and we really appreciate it.”
Alison’s Street Dance Crew were joined by staff from the Lynn store and some passers-by who joined in the dance, raising more than £200 for the charity.
Alison McLatchie, dance teacher, said: “Diabetes affects some of our children as well so it was nice for them to do something to support the charity. Some of the children were performing in front of an audience for the first time and loved it.” MLNF14PT01267