VIDEO: Zumba 'Flashmob' raises money for charity on Lincoln High Street
A group of fundraisers brought some Zumba rhythm to Lincoln High Street this afternoon.
A Zumba Flashmob of around 15 people broke into dance at various intervals up the High Street to raise money for Motor Neurone Disease.
Shoppers and members of the public stopped to watch and put their loose change in collection buckets.
Zumba instructor Emilie Frasse-Sombet, who was visiting Lincoln for her mum's birthday from Germany, said they chose their charity after her next door neighbour was struck down with the disease.
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"It just seemed to be everywhere," she said.
"So far we have raised around £300 but there is more sponsorship to come in and we are aiming for £1,000.
"Zumba is a great way to have fun and it helps keep you healthy and everybody can join in."