Crowds impressed as Zumba kids show off their skills in Seaton

PUBLISHED: 09:19 18 July 2017 | UPDATED: 15:41 21 July 2017

JM DanceFit Little and Junior Starz who shone during their Seaton Primary School summer fete performance.

JM DanceFit Little and Junior Starz who shone during their Seaton Primary School summer fete performance.

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The youngsters of JM DanceFit Little and Junior Starz shone as they put on a display at the Seaton Primary School summer fete recently.

JM DanceFit Little and Junior Starz who shone during their Seaton Primary School summer fete performance.JM DanceFit Little and Junior Starz who shone during their Seaton Primary School summer fete performance.

The children from Beer, Colyton and Seaton primary schools wore super hero masks during their lively ZumbaKids display at the circus themed event.

The spectators surrounded the school playground to watch the mini zumba divas’ huge enthusiasm and endless energy throughout their display, with many joining in the dance moves instructed by teacher Johanna Morgan during their last routine!

Johanna, founder of JM DanceFit said: “I was so very proud of all of the children and would like to congratulate them on their superb performance, which showed without a doubt keeping fit can indeed be lots of fun.”

JM DanceFit Little and Junior Starz who shone during their Seaton Primary School summer fete performance.JM DanceFit Little and Junior Starz who shone during their Seaton Primary School summer fete performance.

If you would like further information about JM DanceFit adult and children’s classes, parties and events held in Seaton, Beer, Sidmouth, Newton Poppleford and Exeter visit www.jmdancefit.co.uk

JM DanceFit Little and Junior Starz who shone during their Seaton Primary School summer fete performance.JM DanceFit Little and Junior Starz who shone during their Seaton Primary School summer fete performance.


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