Who are we?
Everyone, is welcome, to come and try traditional Scottish Country Dancing, under expert tuition. It's great fun and we have a very happy and friendly group of Dancers, who would make sure that you would have a truly unique experience. If you are a complete beginner, or want to improve your dancing, or need good physical and mental exercise, then this is where you need to be! Beginners will be welcome at the commencement of the dancing season in September/October. As Scottish Country Dancing is fairly energetic, a fair degree of fitness is really needed.
We have a team of RSCDS qualified teachers led by Marilyn Watson (01425 278436 - firstname.lastname@example.org) who is also a RSCDS Tutor, Adjudicator, Children's Medal Test Assessor, Examiner and RSDCS Summer School teacher.
Bournemouth RSCDS Adult Classes
Where do we meet?
Kinson Community Centre
When do we meet?
Fridays 7:30pm - 9.30pm
21st September 2018 – 10th May 2019
Excluding: 14th, 21st & 28th December 2018, 4th January, 19th April and 26th April 2019.
Annual General Meeting: 17th May 2019.
Visitors who are experienced dancers will be welcome on the following social evenings:
5th October, 2nd November, 7th December 2017, 11th January, 1st February, 1st March, 5th April and 3rd May 2019.
Summer socials with visiting MCs:
|24th May||Sue Ramsay||Bournemouth Caledonian Society and Spiffin S.C.Dancers|
|31st May||Wendy Mumford||Winchester RSCDS|
|7th June||Mary Phippard||RSCDS, Ashley Reel Club & Ringwood S.C.Dancers|
|14th June||Robert Morgan||New Forest S.C.Dancers & Winchester RSCDS|
|21st June||Maggie Morgan||New Forest S.C.Dancers & Winchester RSCDS|
|28th June||Margaret Robson||RSCDS Bournemouth|
The last night will be a party night with a shared supper.
Weekly charge: £3.50
* Adult single: £27
* Joint adult: £46
* 18-24 years: £22
* Under 18 yrs: £13
Summer Picnic Dance
|Date:||Saturday 8th June 2019|
|Time:||7.30pm – 10.45pm|
|Venue:||Minstead Village Hall|
|Please bring picnic supper|
|Programme:||The Duke of Atholl’s Reel, Hedwig’s Reel, May Yarker’s Strathspey, Major Ian Stewart, Blooms of Bon Accord, City of Belfast, Tribute to the Borders, Fisherman’s Reel, Neidpath Castle, The Music Makars***Fraser’s Favourite, St Andrew’s Fair, There’s Something about Thirty, Flight to Melbourne, Jennifer’s Jig, Cherrybank Gardens, Golden Bracken, West’s Hornpipe .|
Our Charity this year will be the Dorset & Somerset Air Ambulance as well as Branch Funds.
For further details of all of our activities, please contact our Branch Secretary:
Mrs Margaret Robson
24 Upper Golf Links Road,
Tel: 01202 698 138
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