A dance studio has made a bid to host exciting performances and sell alcohol at its hall in Woodley town centre.

The Vibez Dance Studio has applied to hold dance performances, play music and sell alcohol each day of the week.

The studio currently holds classes and competitions, with adverts for ‘tea dances’, ‘social dances’ and even dance practices for weddings on its website.

The range of classes includes latin and ballroom dancing as well as dance fitness classes for adults and children aged two and upwards.

But it is understood that the studio wants to expand its activities to host performances on site.

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In order to hold the performances and sell the alcohol, the studio has had to submit a licensing application to the public protection partnership (PPP).

The studio is located on the first floor of 81-87 Crockhamwell Road, a long building in the Woodley precinct.

In full,  Vibez Dance Studio has applied to hold dance performances and play recorded music indoors from 9am to 10pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 11pm on Saturdays and 9am to 6pm on Sundays.

It has also applied to sell alcohol on-site from 7pm to 10pm on Wednesdays, 6pm to 10pm on Wednesdays to Saturdays and 4pm to 6pm on Sundays.

Vibez Dance Studio has been approached for a comment.

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Licensing in the Wokingham Borough area is managed by the PPP, which is a shared service alongside Bracknell Forest Council and West Berkshire Council.

Wokingham Borough Council will have a new arrangement with the PPP when changes are made this April.

From then on, licensing and other matters such as anti-social behaviour in the borough will be managed by the council, with the PPP continuing to handle trading standards, food standards, air quality management, animal welfare, and financial investigations including into the proceeds of crime.