A HEREFORD cheerleading group are looking to return with a bang now classes are allowed to return.

3Degreez Allstarz CIC, Hereford’s Cheerleading, Dance and Tumble community interest club are preparing for a big return next week.

Kicking off with a three-day Easter camp from April 12-14, the club has something to offer for ages three to 16 years, taking place at Hinton Community Centre.

Following the clubs nine-year success running competition and recreational classes they now plan to get bigger and better, as they step into the next chapter of running their club.

3Degreez Allstarz CIC are opening up scholarship places into their competition teams, offering free taster places, all inclusive training, special education needs classes and something for all the community.

Classes start for babies as young as nine months, toddlers, children, through to adult cheerleading fitness.

The club's classes are based in two locations in South Wye at Hinton Community Centre, and also at Holmer Church Centre - to allow accessibility to the whole county.

Head coach Ruth Jones said: "Although this last year has left us feeling disappointed not to have attended as many competitions as we would have liked to, we are extremely proud of what we have achieved, and the family unit we have built throughout this difficult and unusual time.

"We can not wait to get back to all the things we love, competitions, local performances and displays, showcases, school workshops, holiday camps, and most importantly opening our doors to a welcoming family friendly club, where we can help people engage in fun fitness, and help to build confidence, self esteem, and most importantly build friendships for life."

Meanwhile, head coaches Katie and Clare added: “We can not wait to see where this next year takes us, with plenty of exciting opportunities in the making, reaching out to as many new faces as we possibly can."