DANCE stars Diversity shared their expertise with children in Queensbury in the last stop on a charity roadshow.
Save the Children and ITV's Born to Shine programme, which finished last Sunday (21), ran 10 events across the country with the former winners of Britain's Got Talent.
Apriring dancers at Queensbury Morrisons, Honeypot Lane, were treated to 20 minute masterclasses during the day last Saturday (20) in front of crowds of more than 300 people.
The children's charity have been working in collaboration with ITV to produce the Born to Shine programmes to raise money for poor children across the globe and ran roadshows to get the public involved.
Vidoes of children living in terrible conditions in Africa and the UK were shown during the talent show, in which youngsters taught celebrities difficult skills. Jason Manford won after being taught opera singing by 14-year-old George Clark.
Members of the charity were selling raffle tickets and raising money for Save the Children at the event, supported by Morrisons.
The campaign so far as raised over £1.3 million for poverty-striken children across the world.
A spokesperson for the charity said: "About 80 kids took part in the classes. They were all full and kids really enjoyed learning all the moves. Diversity took it through and slowly put it all together to the music, they all watch it and learn the moves, it was really sweet."