SCHOOLCHILDREN hit the streets of Stamford with a dance performance on Saturday to raise money for new sports equipment.
Thirty children from Malcolm Sargent Primary School performed a 30-minute set in the High Street which they had been working on during the last term.
The Year 5 and 6 pupils came up with the idea of putting on a show to raise money for new equipment themselves.
They also chose the music and choreographed the routines, which they have rehearsed during their weekly dance lessons at school.
PE teacher Jem Bacon, who also runs Jem’s Hip Hop classes, said: “I was really proud of all the children who worked so hard on their performance.
“Despite the cold weather they put in a fantastic performance and they look forward to putting on more showcases of their hip hop skills in the future.
“It was great that they wanted to do this to raise money for new equipment themselves and I will happily support them in any other fundraising they want to do.”
The children raised £60 which will go towards new crash mats.