Two teams from the Kelly Williams School Of Dance recently competed against other schools from all over Wales - and with great success.

So much so, that both Khaos and Legacy have qualified to dance in the World Street Dance Championships in Blackpool later this month.

It is a massive achievement for Kelly and the girls and boys involved, who will be dancing against solo and duo dancers other all over the globe.

Kelly Williams runs her school in Pembrokeshire and her hard work and talent has been a real inspiration to her pupils, who are now working hard to fundraise for the Championships .

Indeed, it has been a busy year so far for Kelly Williams School of Dance. In January her senior team, Khaos, performed at the South East Entertainment Awards in Essex.

February saw them at Hotstepper UK in Newport, bringing home numerous trophies in team, solo and duo categories.

In March Kelly took three teams to Swansea, her Under 8 team Lil Rascals and Under 16 team Reload, and both took second place. The newly formed Under 10 team Legacy competed for the first time ans scooped first place.

March also saw Khaos attend the UDO (United Dance Organisation) British Street Dance Championships where they qualified for the UDO World Street event along with numerous placings in solo's and duo's.

In April, at the SOAR Street Dance Championships Lil Rascals and Legacy won their respective categories and Khaos were placed second. Again a multitude of trophies were brought home in solo and duo divisions.

Another UDO competition took place in April which saw Legacy join Khaos in qualifying for the World Championships. 

The school has since held bingo events, bag packing, evenings with Karen Wilson, Bags for School collections and raffles - and donations have also been collected from local businesses keen to support these young dancers.

The new term for Kelly Williams School of Dance begins in September, with classes in St Florence, Monkton and Pembroke Dock. For more information contact Kelly 07880 625360.

And with a nomination from National Entertainment Awards for Best Dance/Performing Arts School announced last weekend it seems there is a lot more to come from Kelly and her pupils.