Sequence dancers celebrate 50th anniversary
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A sequence dance group has celebrated its 50th birthday in style with a party.
Members of the Cheddar Old Tyme and Modern Sequence Dance Club cut the cake and slipped on their dancing shoes for a night to remember.
More than 80 people donned their best frocks and suits to whisk their way around the hall at a party this month.
Mike and Vera Bancroft founded the group in 1969 and have enjoyed seeing the club grow in numbers ever since.
Vera said: "It was a good evening and everyone enjoyed themselves thoroughly.
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"My husband and I started the group in 1969 at Kings Of Wessex Academy.
"We got the club going and we are still doing it today and we act as dancers and teachers."
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The event saw people ballroom step around the hall in a 16-bar sequence.