If all goes well, we hope to hold the Charity Dance at Shipham Village Hall on Saturday 10th July 2021. More information will be available when the Covid-19 restrictions in place at that time become clear. We anticipate advance bookings to avoid exceeding the number of dancers permitted.
CHARITY DANCE, Saturday 10th July 2021 7.15-11pm
Shipham Village Hall, BS25 1SG £12 Recorded music
All dances walked through once. You can download the crib here
Programme: Pelorus Jack, The Sailor, The Byron Strathspey, The Laird of Milton’s Daughter, Blooms of Bon Accord, Miss Gibson’s Strathspey, Farewell to Balfour Road, Reel of the Royal Scots, Good Hearted Glasgow, The Montgomeries’ Rant, St. Columba’s Strathspey, Tribute to the Borders, Scott Meikle, Napier’s Index, Miss Catherine Ann, The Highland Rambler. Extras: Nottingham Lace, Neidpath Castle.
If Covid restrictions allow we aim to run some practice nights before the Charity Dance. on Tuesdays 22nd, 29th June and 6th July and Fridays 25th June, 2nd and 9th July at St Peter’s, Henleaze.
To express an interest in attending the dance, please contact:
To express an interest please contact
Tina Attwood, 57 Arbutus Drive, Bristol BS9 2PW 07568 537154
WE ALSO PLAN THE FOLLOWING
RESIDENTIAL WEEKEND, 29-31st October at Livermead House Hotel on Torquay seafront, TQ2 6QJ . Nicola Scott will be teaching with Phill Jones providing the music.
For further information, contact
Mavis Monahan, 7 Westaway Park, Yatton, BS49 4JU 01934 709512 email@example.com
HOGMANAY DANCE with Ian Slater, Friday 31st December in St Peter’s Church Hall BS9 4LD American supper £17
SPRING DANCE, 2 April 2022 at St Peter’s with Nicol MacLaren
Meantime here are some of the events we held on Zoom during 2021
A Burns Celebration with songs and poetry performed by club members. Click on link below for programme.
Changing Tunes – a talk by the CEO of our charity this year. https://www.changingtunes.org.uk/Event/changingtunesevents
Genealogy talk from Barbara Lord
More music from Andy and Fred
Another film night, courtesy of Andrew Smith
When we should have been having our Spring Dance, we were delighted to host an online musical performance from Chris and Julie Dewhurst in conjunction with St Michael’s Scottish Dancers from West Camel. Here is the programme.