ZUMBA fans shimmied their way across the dance floor to raise £150 for Marie Curie Cancer Care.
The Salisbury group of 150 women held a Daffodil Zumba Dance, performing a special choreographed dance routine and wearing yellow to show their support for the charity.
Annie Scadden, founder member of Zumba Salisbury said: “I’m really pleased with how the fundraising week went and we are delighted that the money raised will help the Marie Curie nurses provide
more free care to terminally ill people when they need it most.”
The event took place during the group’s regular classes at Sarum Academy, Old Sarum Primary School and Manor Fields Primary School, between March 13 and March 15.
Every March, the charity encourages people in the UK to give a donation and wear a daffodil pin in support of Marie Curie.
The Daffodil Dance is part of Marie Curie’s annual flagship fundraising campaign The Great Daffodil Appeal.
For more information, visit mariecurie.org.uk or call 0845 601 3107.