DANCERS at an Ellesmere Port school took part in a nationwide record-breaking attempt.
Sutton High's dance department hopes to be mentioned in the Guinness Book of World Records after participating in the workout.
Students in Years 7-11 in the after-school dance clubs, and GCSE and A-Level dance pupils joined enthusiasts and keep-fit instructors last Friday night.
The event, organised by the Myasthenia Gravis Association (MGA), will split all proceeds between their own cause and the BBC's Children in Need.
Sutton High dance teacher Lucy Ainscow said: 'On the night, children and adults of all levels of fitness across Britain gathered in schools, church or village halls, social clubs, fitness centres, and other venues.
'The aim was to do 10 minutes of a choreographed, simultaneous low-impact workout.
'We hope this will be considered for a Guinness World Record.'
The Children in Need appeal helps disadvantaged children in the UK.
MGA is a Derby-based national charity dedicated to supporting victims of an auto-immune dis-ease also called the 'rag doll illness' as it is characterised by fluctuating, sometimes fatal, muscle weakness.