A FITNESS group from Enfield will be marching its way to the Royal Albert Hall in September.

The women, aged between 43 and 87, from Extend Exercise classes will perform in front of 7,000 people at the national Central Council of Physical Recreation (CCPR) event.

Producer Tracy Levy, 43, has been rehearsing with the group at Ashmole School in Enfield since February.

She said: “We've been going for 30 hours and still have some sessions to practise. We will peak at the right time.”

The group will perform a four-minute march to Richard Waterer's Royal Salute.

Looking forward to the performance, Tracy said the classes were more than a prescription from the doctor. She said: “Extend classes have become a social highlight of the week for the ladies.

“I'm very very excited. Some of the ladies have never performed before.”

While Tracy describes the women as fulfilling a “life long ambition”, she said she had been thinking about producing for three years.

She said: “It's an honour and a privilege to produce the item. It's very special to me.”