Residents in the borough have been urged to put on their dancing shoes and get fit this month.
Free dance classes, part of the NHS’ Change4Life programme, will take place across Epsom over the weekend of March 6 and 7 in the hope it will encourage people to live healthier lives.
Participants invloved in the Let’s Dance campaign, organised with the help of the Fitness Industry Association, can boogy on down in a range of styles, from samba to street dance.
Director of nursing at Epsom, Sutton and St Helier hospitals Pippa Hart said dancing was a fun way to keep fit and good for people’s social life.
She said: “The Change4Life movement is all about making it easier to build activity into our daily routines.
“I am a big fan of dancing as it burns calories, can help with your co-ordination, is a good way of meeting new people and above all, it’s great fun.”