St Albans dancers are a business success

FIGHTING fit mothers from across the St Albans district have hit headlines with their innovative Popdance classes. Popdance, set up by entrepreneur and mother-of-two Sue Wybrow and choreographer Stacey Smith, offers busy working mothers a fun and exciting

FIGHTING fit mothers from across the St Albans district have hit headlines with their innovative Popdance classes.

Popdance, set up by entrepreneur and mother-of-two Sue Wybrow and choreographer Stacey Smith, offers busy working mothers a fun and exciting way to keep fit by learning dance routines to well-loved pop classics.

Popdance, which has been running at locations such as Francis Bacon Secondary School since January last year, has proved very popular with women from across the district and on Wednesday February 24 Sue and Stacey were interviewed on BBC Three Counties Radio.

Sue, who came up with the concept of Popdance whilst chatting with fellow mothers in the school playground, revealed that what started off as one weekly class has now become 10 and she plans to spread the Popdance phenomenon to the whole of the UK.

Sue told BBC Three Counties Radio: "It's fantastic to have so much support and great business input from the mums here, especially as we are in a recession. I think we've shown other mums and dads out there that there is life after children!"

To listen to the interview in full, log on to www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p006hkn9/Lorna_Milton_24_02_2010