A VOLUNTARY-run dance group has received a funding boost.

Revive, which trains at Keighley Civic Centre, has secured sponsorship from four businesses.

The support is enabling the dance school to buy training kits plus costumes for regional and national competitions.

Tiny Tots – for four-to-six-year-olds – is being sponsored by Leeds-based SP Truck Tyres, Fierce Force (seven to nine years) by Stockbridge Fisheries, Adrenaline (nine to 12) by the Albert Hotel in Keighley and Destruction (12-16) by Delightful Divas, of Bingley.

Karen Scott-Hudson, joint owner and choreographer of Revive with Michelle Chapman, said: “We’re extremely lucky to have the backing of these four businesses to allow our 36 dancers, all from the local area, to enjoy their sport and benefit from the new kit.

“As a relatively new dance school, and run entirely by volunteers, we do not have the money to provide new kit and costumes without the help and generosity of others.

“We are trying hard to keep costs to a minimum for parents, and the dancers are delighted with their first bit of kit – new hoodies.

“A big thank-you goes to all our sponsors.”