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Cheerleading has replaced bingo and tea dances in North Baddesley in Hampshire as a way to keep the over sixties active and socialising.
The scheme is run by the charity MHA, that aims to tackle loneliness and isolation.
The weekly club is one of two run by staff and volunteers from the Test Valley Live at Home Scheme.
The philosophy is that an active body and mind allows older people to live more fulfilling and independent lives for longer.
The oldest member of the group is 83.
The Diamonds don't have a specific team to cheerlead for yet, but say they are open to offers.