TAE-KWON DO mad tots will be among the participants in a grand charity display at Andover Leisure Centre tomorrow.

The nationwide PUMA (Professional Unification of Martial Arts) organisation has opened a club in Andover and is celebrating by holding a launch event in aid of the town's hospice.

Nearly 50 tae-kwon do enthusiasts will be involved in the show, which includes adult sparring, two black belts doing a Star Wars sketch and a light and smoke show from the Dream Team, as well as a display from the three to seven-year-old Little Pumas.

Senior student Lucinda Hayes, who is helping organise the event, said: "We are set on getting as much money as we can to give to the Andover hospice and promoting self-defence so women, children and men can be confident in themselves."

The event, at £1 for adults and 50 pence for children, starts at 4pm.