Plymouth Dance Academy has raised £100 for CLIC Sargent by organising special Halloween dance classes, where young dancers brought a friend to their lesson and wore fancy dress.
School principal Carmen Montero planned the classes to inspire the imagination of all her students, and asked them to come to class in their favourite Halloween costumes.
Carmen said: “I simply love children and I wanted to raise awareness of the difficulties some children have to cope with.”
“We are a young dance school, not even two years old, but we have been growing fast and I am really pleased about what we have achieved in that time.
“I am so pleased we have been able to raise funds for such a fantastic charity and the kids did extremely well, hopefully next year we will be bigger and able to raise more money for CLIC Sargent.”
CLIC Sargent Fundraising Manager Jordan Anderton said: “We are so grateful to have had their support this year and they have done an extremely good job fundraising, I really hope they feel proud of themselves.
“It was great to see that the dance club didn’t want to just keep their fundraising activities within their own group as they got their friends involved too.
“It is great to see young people inspiring others to make a difference which will ultimately allow CLIC Sargent to continue to support children and young people with cancer.”