Dance your way to health at workshops

Janet Heath, of Haxey and June Smith, of Owston Ferry, pictured joining in during the Isle dance to health country dancing sessions at Westwoodside village hall. Picture: Marie Caley NEPB Dancing MC 1

Janet Heath, of Haxey and June Smith, of Owston Ferry, pictured joining in during the Isle dance to health country dancing sessions at Westwoodside village hall. Picture: Marie Caley NEPB Dancing MC 1

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Over 40s have the chance to keep fit and socialise without a gym membership with new dance sessions which began this month.

For those feeling a little unfit and lacking exercise then Isle Dance for Health’s October and November workshops might be the thing to help.

Lys St.Georges, l-r Dave Prebble, Peter Barnard, Group leader, Katy Robinson and Kate Billmore, group co-leader, pictured, provide the music at the Isle dance to health country dancing sessions. Picture: Marie Caley NEPB Dancing MC 5

Lys St.Georges, l-r Dave Prebble, Peter Barnard, Group leader, Katy Robinson and Kate Billmore, group co-leader, pictured, provide the music at the Isle dance to health country dancing sessions. Picture: Marie Caley NEPB Dancing MC 5

Organiser Peter Barnard said: “Perhaps you feel that signing up for a gym membership is not for you but you want to try something a bit different that’s not too strenuous.

“Isle Dance for Health could be just the thing for you.”

Folk band Lys St Georges provide the musical accompaniment for the programme of dances.

Sessions take place on Thursdays at St Andrew’s Church in Epworth on October 23, 30 and November 6, and at Crowle Pavilion, Godnow Road, on November 13, 20 and 27.

Each dance starts at 2.30pm and last for about two hours. Admission is £2 for each session.

For more information contact Peter Barnard on 01427 873937.