FREE dance classes are on offer in Romsey as part of a potato company's promotion.

Brand Albert Bartlett is giving away a free sports session per pack of potatoes sold as part of its mission to help the people of Britain get fit.

The initiative is an opportunity for those looking to kick off 2022 with a healthy mindset by getting active.

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The sessions are ideal for couples, friends and families.

There is an array of sports on offer across the country, such as trampolining, climbing, martial arts, fencing,kickboxing and various water sports.

Tappy Toes, a dance club for children aged between six months and five years, which takes place at Abbotswood Community Centre, in Common Road, Romsey, is taking part in the promotion by offering a free class.

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Michael Jarvis, head of marketing at Albert Bartlett, said: “With many people entering the new year with a healthy mindset, the sports sessions are an excellent way to get fit and active in a fun and exciting way. We’ve tried to offer as wide a variety as possible so people can choose something totally up their street, whether that’s a sport they already enjoy or something completely different that they fancy taking up.

“The activities are suitable for families too and make for a great day out, particularly in January which can be tedious at the best of times. To take part, just pick up a promotional pack of Albert Bartlett Rooster potatoes to claim your free session. And why not finish off your day with a healthy potato dish, the best carbohydrate to fuel your workouts. It’s a win win!”

The on-pack promotion is running for two months in January and February.

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