A group of neighbours have been dancing their way through isolation in a bid to stay connected during the outbreak.

Lois Paddington, 52, recorded residents doing their daily dance on their road, Ruskin Drive, Worcester Park.

Neighbours on Ruskin Drive decided to organise a daily dance in a bid to keep their spirits high during lockdown.

The daily dance, which begins at 7.00 pm each evening, gives residents something to look forward to each day.

So far, residents of Ruskin Drive, have danced to a range of songs including; Dancing queen, Sweet caroline, Mr Brightside, Dancing in the moonlight, I wanna dance with somebody, Oops upside your head, You make my dreams and Nothing compares to you.

Lois Paddington spoke to Sutton Guardian about her road’s daily dance party: “Every night we go out at 7 pm, dance in front of our drives or on the pavement and keep a massive distance between us.

“To see other people other than those in our household brings light into lockdown, it is a massive highlight to our day.

“It is keeping our sense of community that is otherwise shut down.

“Our WhatsApp group keeps us in contact but the added touch of real-life connection makes it that bit more bearable.

“It is nice that we can do this- we have had others say they wish they lived on our road.

“It has been going on since the first NHS 8 pm round of applause.

“ It was so nice to see other people it just stemmed from there.

"We have all put in requests and one of the neighbours has made a list and it gets played from their car."

Residents of Ruskin Drive have planned a special surprise for their neighbour who has turned 85 today ( April 9 ).

They are to sing Happy birthday and play the residents special birthday request, ‘Three Little Birds’ by Bob Marley.

You can expect to see residents dance again tonight at 7 pm.