Who are we?
Founded in 1894, the Southampton Scottish Association aim is to foster and encourage the appreciation of Scottish culture and traditions through dancing and the celebration of our national festivals. Promoting friendship and mutual support among all members of the Association.
We now welcome as new members all who love Scotland. You do not have to be Scottish to join, many of our members are not.
The Association holds regular dance class and social dance nights and is very active socially, staging events such as Barn Dance and Skittles nights.
Events such as St Andrews and Burns Night are also celebrated.
To learn more about our activities and events, please see contact details on this page.
When do we meet?
Dance Class & Social Dance:
(For meeting dates see Programme)
Where do we meet?
St Michael & All Angels Church Hall
St Michael & All Angels Church is best approached by coming down the Avenue towards Southampton and turning left into the Gate after the sign for the Church.
On entering the Church gate, turn right to the Hall located behind the Church.
Click here for map
For more information contact:
Ron English or Diane English (Chieftain)
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