A DANCE group named one of the best in the UK is getting bigger.
The Boogie Babes have already taken Brighouse by storm, with the group winning a gold award for its work by the UK’s biggest website for mums, Netmums.com.
Now it’s founder, Rastrick mum Lisa McCann, is opening a new Boogie Babes class in Elland.
The dance sessions for toddlers and mums, dads, grannies and grandpas will take place at The Edge Play Gym, Park Road, in Elland.
Lisa, who only set up the group up after needing somewhere to take her own daughter, Eliza, to dance, said: “Scores of children already join us for nursery rhyme singing, action song jigging, teddy tumbling, parachute wiggling, pom pom shaking, bubble bursting and sausage sizzling fun and we want to tell everyone else about our new class.”
Classes in Elland take place on Mondays at 10am and last one hour.
There are no termly fees with each session costing £4.
Boogie Babes dance and movement class sees parents and grandparents bond with their little ones by singing, dancing and playing.
Lisa, a zumba instructor who also runs the Limelight Theatre School with husband James, runs the classes on a pay as you go style – giving parents flexibility of when they attend.
There are opportunities for the Elland Boogie babes to join shows and productions run by Limelight.
For more details visit www.boogiebabes.biz