Call to Doncaster's dancing legends, to join celebration
People who love to dance and are aged 50-plus have a chance to indulge their passion within a new Doncaster project.
If you wereÂ a regular on the dance floor at the local youth club, areÂ first up to shake your stuffÂ at a wedding, or maybe have danced for an audience in the past, then this is for you'¦.
Doncaster Community Arts, known asÂ Â darts,Â runs the Doncaster branch of Dance ON, a new initiative funded by Sport England.
Dance ONÂ is setting upÂ groups for over 50s across Doncaster, Leeds and Bradford in collaboration with Yorkshire Dance and One Dance UK.
In February darts will host itsÂ first Dance ON social event, a celebration of the project so far.
They are keen to bring local dancers on board, to show off Doncaster's talents and inspire people with a love of dancing.
You do not have to be a professional dancer; anybody over the age of 50 who is based in Doncaster and would be happy to show off some moves at the event is welcome to get in touch.
Email Amy@thepoint.org.uk if you would like to put yourself forward.
The event will be invitation-only, with stakeholders, supporters and participants in attendance.
If you are interested in joining a Dance ON group in Doncaster, you can visit doncaster.dance-on.org to find details of your nearest group.
darts currently run groups at their venue The Point on South Parade, andÂ in Edlington, Stainforth and Thorne.Â They hopeÂ to set up new groups across Doncaster where there is interest.