UNDER-Fives who love to dance are being invited to join members of diddi dance classes in Chippenham and Malmesbury this week as they get up and dance with the PJ Masks.

Toddlers are being encouraged to dress up with the help of Catboy, Gekko and Owlette, the superhero trio from Entertainment One’s (eOne) popular kids’ TV show PJ Masks, to dance in style and raise funds for Youth Sport Trust.

Local class organiser Caroline Steele said: It's going to be lots of fun for the children who already come to our classes, and we are opening the sessions to everyone to let people have some fun and help raise funds for a great cause."

Diddi dance superheroes sessions are being held on Tuesday at 10am at Malmesbury Riverside Centre and on Thursday at 10am at Sheldon Methodist Church hall, Chippenham.

The sessions are open to young dancers aged five and under. Jam-packed with brand new moves and superhero themed dances, the PJ Masks Super Dance Party offer a PJ Masks activity pack including a character mask to complete their look.

The classes feature a variety of dance styles from hip hop to salsa through to ballroom and rock and roll.

To find out more contact Caroline Steele on 07747 866705 or see www.diddidance.com and www.facebook.com/diddidanceswindon/