TODDLERS will be able to put on their dancing shoes, masks and capes to join in a superhero party in Ruislip.

They will be encouraged to dress up with the help of Catboy, Gekko and Owlette, the superhero trio from popular kids’ TV show PJ Masks, to dance in style and raise funds for the Youth Sport Trust.

The week-long celebration of PJ Masks-themed parties will take place at diddi dance venues between October 30 and November 5 and will be open to those aged five and under.

More than 6,000 little dancers will be involved across the country over the week. They will also receive a PJ Masks activity pack, including a character mask to complete the look. 

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The partnership between diddi dance, who run pre-school dance classes, and eOne, creators of PJ Masks, will help raise funds for the Youth Sports Trust, the national charity that aims to give children the best sporting start in life.

Founded by professional dancer Anne-Marie Martin, diddi dance gets toddlers from 16 months to five years on their feet. It involves dance styles from hip hop to salsa through to ballroom and rock and roll. Classes are at:

Wednesday, November 1, 9.35am 

The Stables @ Manor Farm
Manor Farm , Ruislip HA4 7AR

Wednesday, November 1, 11am 

South Ruislip Community Centre 
Deane Park Hall , Long Drive , Ruislip HA4 0HS

Friday, November 3, 1.30pm 

Eastcote United Reformed Church 
Bridle Road , Eastcote HA5 2SH

There are also classes running in Pinner & Stanmore.