They are glitzy and glamorous and can certainly move.
But as well as entertaining audiences across South Yorkshire, the girls from Funky Dance Fever also raise money for local charities.
The youngsters took to the stage in a shimmering charity show at Davy’s Sporting Club in aid of Amy’s Retreat and the PACT charity.
The girls took to the stage in Dance Explosion to raise £2,500 which will be split between the good causes.
The dancers continued their fundraising efforts throughout the year. The took part in Race For Life at Meadowhall in aid of Cancer Research UK and performed at a ladies’ night for the Sick Children’s Trust. Over the summer they also danced at the Sheffield Fayre, Art in the Garden at the Botanical Gardens, and the Foam Fun Run at Weston Park.
Funky Dance Fever is a dance group of girls aged six to 18 based at Springs Leisure Centre, Arbourthorne, by sisters Amy and Jo Burton and their mother Lynne.
Jo said: “We will continue to support Amy’s Retreat in a Christmas fun run and we will dance for the residents at Brunswick Gardens at Christmas as we have for the last four years.
“We are keen to offer our support to other charities through fund raising performances and events.