The King’s Lynn and District Ballroom Dancing Club are looking for new members to get involved and help them celebrate their 30th anniversary later this year.
The group has been meeting at West Winch’s William Burt Centre for monthly dances since first forming in 1984, bringing ballroom and Latin American dancing to the town.
Ken Ward, chairman of the club, said: “The enjoyable side to our dances is that people of all ages get involved, some as young as 18 up to those who have seen their 70th birthday.
“Dancing is a good form of exercise and a great way to meet new people, the evening is very sociable and people can bring their own drinks and nibbles.”
The dancers are looking to get more people to take up the classes on the third Friday of each month, to join them for live music and a sweep around the dancefloor.
There is plenty of time to practice your ballroom, Latin American and sequence dance moves ahead of July’s Masquerade Ball and October’s 30th Anniversary Dance.
The next dance will be held on March 21, from 8pm to 11pm, with music by Bob Watts.
Ken added: “The dancing is ballroom and Latin American, all levels of dancers are welcome and a good night’s dancing is always enjoyed.
“The entry is £5 for members and guests are £7, membership costs £6 per year.
“If people would like more information they can visit www.kings-lynn-and-district-ballroom-dance-club.org.uk or call me on 01553 829500.”