CEROC dancers from Kingsclere sparkled at a sequin-free 'Strictly' show at a West Berkshire care home. 

The dancers, who practice at the Fieldgate Centre, attended the Falkland Grange Care Home, Newbury, on Saturday, June 1.

The lessons in Kingsclere, akin to jive, rock 'n' roll and salsa, attract all ages due to a diverse music selection, with the youngest participant, Scarlet, aged just 17, and the oldest, Frank, aged 80.

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The Ceroc dancers at Falkland Grange care homeThe Ceroc dancers at Falkland Grange care home (Image: Supplied) The troupe of 70 dancers gathers every Thursday in Kingsclere, offering benefits to physical and mental health and a potential social lift, with no need to book - just turn up and join.

Rita Gedeon, a care worker at the home who has been a Ceroc Member for more than 10 years, said: "The residents in the home love to watch the dancing and listen to the music.

"I even managed to get a couple of them up to join in.”