YOUNG performers are celebrating their success in a dance competition.
The pupils from Tristan Dance Studios in Lockwood wowed the judges when they took part in a three-day dance festival in Dewsbury.
The group, aged three to 10, won a clutch of medals and trophies in a variety of categories, including tap, ballet and modern dance.
Their teacher Elizabeth Haigh said: “I’m very proud of them. It was quite a big festival with a few hundred dancers competing from all over Yorkshire.
“For quite a few of them it was their first time on stage, so they have done very well.”
The winners were:
Natasha Bradshaw, 1st modern, 3rd ballet, 1st class trio; Sheila Conroy, 1st ballet, 3rd duet; Sammy Jackson, 2nd tap, 2nd cab duet, 3rd class duet; Rebecca Ainley, 2nd ballet, 3rd modern; Maisie Beaumont, 3rd tap, 3rd ballet, and cab duet, 3rd cab trio; Ellamae Rushworth, 2nd modern, 4th ballet, 1st class trio; Hannah Starke, 3rd ballet solo, 3rd cab trio; Ruby Jubb, 2nd cab duet, 3rd cab trio; Freya Whitehead, 4th ballet, 4th song and dance; Emily Hopkins, 4th ballet; Alex Starke, 3rd class duet; Acheala Alexander, 1st class trio; Amber Sykes, 2nd cab duet; Olivia Lawlor Mcdonald, 3rd cab duet.