Over 230 Pembrokeshire pupils have taken part in exciting dance competitions.

Seven schools from across the county and more than 160 pupils, including both boys and girls from school years 3 to 6, took part in the primary school dance competition hosted by Sport Pembrokeshire at Fishguard.

All style and street dance were the categories that teams, solos and duos could enter. There were 55 solo performers entering the street dance solo category.

Pupils from Ysgol Bro Gwaun performed a group dance and some performed brilliant solos for the primary pupils to watch.

Finola (FF Dancers), Kelly (Kelly Williams School of Dance) and Lowri (Lowri Jones School of Dance) judged the high standard of competitions with dance coaches Lucy Kerrison and Kelci Francis helping out during the day. They are all thanked for their help and expertise as putting on an event of this nature would not be possible without their valuable input.

Forty eight medals, 22 trophies and numerous certificates were presented, including awards for stand-out performers.

The atmosphere was great and the pupils taking part, getting creative and showcasing their skills, all with a smile on their faces, made for a brilliant spectacle.

The secondary schools dance competition was hosted on Thursday, February 29 at Haverfordwest Leisure Centre.

In total 77 girls from school years 7 to 11 competed in various categories such as teams, duos and solos. These included street, all style, freestyle, jazz and cheer.

Finola and Kelly judged the day with the help from Lucy and Kelci. Kelci, a former Ysgol Harri Tudur pupil, also gave show-stopping performances.

Some of the schools who attended are now through to the UDOIT Dance Competition in Cardiff.