Our teaching year is coming to an end but dancing does not stop – there’s an end-of-term Social dance evening on Weds 1st June, then a series of Social dance evenings in June except 22nd June and July, open to all – just pay on the door. For details and programmes/cribs, go to our Diary page. All dances will be recapped / walked.

Here is the most recent edition of Cheshire Chat (Easter 2022). Click on the link below to view or download.

Our new dancers who took part in the Beginners’ Course which started in January are now ready to progress to the intermediate stage and are growing in confidence. Check out our video on Facebook.

Our Beginners’ Course got a mention in the RSCDS Blog and several other Societies have asked how we organised it. Click here to read more.

  • New to dancing?
  • Want to try something different?
  • Try Scottish Country Dancing – it’s great fun.

Now take a look at our Classes page for more details – you will also find some excellent teaching videos created by a Scottish Country Dance Club in New Zealand, where you can watch the steps and formations, as well as some dances.

Are you dancing?

Take a moment to look around and find out why Scottish Country Dancing is so good for fun, fitness and friendship.

Our classes are (normally) held on Wednesday evenings from September through to May and we enjoy informal social dance evenings during June and July. The first hour is devoted to “basics” and is equally suitable for those new to Scottish Country Dancing and those wishing to improve their skills. Our venue for classes is Tarporley Community Centre, a spacious and well-equipped hall with a sprung floor.

Bunbury Village Day – informal dancing on the green

You will find term dates and details of our dances and day schools on the Events page. Most years we have a New Year Dance with live music and professional catering. We also arrange Nice & Easy Dances – every dance is walked through – and there is a Day School with guest teacher and musician.

White Rose Festival Team