You’ll be floored by dance moves

BUSTING some moves on the dance floor has raised hundreds of pounds for a good cause.

Dance professionals came together to host a day of master classes, teaching different dance styles from hip-hop to zumba.

Hertfordshire-based dancer Kane Ricca, who made it to the semi-finals of Sky One talent show Got To Dance was guest of honour and wowed crowds with his tap dancing skills.

The event, at Adeyfield Community Centre in Hemel Hempstead on Saturday, was organised by the charity Herts Talent to raise funds for the organisation’s ongoing work with children who have suffered trauma and abuse.

The day raised £300 and welcomed visitors of all ages and abilities, who paid £5 for a class or £15 for a day pass.

Charity trustee Maddie Woods said: “It was a really good day, well attended and with a great atmosphere. The dance teachers were amazing. It was so good of them to give us their time and it was a nice chance for everyone to learn some new styles of dance and join in the fun.”

Following the success of the weekend event, the charity hopes to host similar activities in the future.