Shoppers’ chance to do the Cha Cha slide at Bromley-by-Bow Tesco

PUBLISHED: 13:16 21 January 2014 | UPDATED: 13:16 21 January 2014

The Tesco store in Bromley-by-Bow will be holding a dance to help raise money for Diabetes UK on Saturday afternoon.

The store, which is in Three Mill Lane, off Hancock Road, is hoping shoppers will come ready in their best dance gear to take part in the Cha Cha Slide at 2.30pm. Staff at the store, who want everyone to get involved, will also be joining them.

The event is being run at Tesco stores across the UK which are organising the biggest ever ‘Cha Cha Slide’ to help raise money for Diabetes UK.

If you enter the best dressed competition, you could win a £30 gift card for your efforts.

You must arrive at the store’s customer service desk by 2.15pm and be prepared to ‘Cha Cha Slide’ at 2.30pm

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