Scottish Country Dancing

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I tried lying on the floor doing exercises and found it boring.
Walking the dog daily and playing tennis once a week keep me reasonably fit but now I have found a really enjoyable way to keep my mind and body active at the same time.

I and a few friends attend Scottish Country Dancing sessions held locally at Kelsall Community Centre. These take place every Wednesday evening from September to May and we have a great time.
Most people attend with no partner. We have more Ladies so men are welcomed with open arms!
Our teacher is very experienced but helpful and she puts up with our lack of expertise.
During the evening there is a short break for tea/coffee and biscuits.
We start art 8pm and finish at 10pm-all you need to come along is a pair of soft shoes.
The cost is £2.50 per evening so you only pay when you go.
We are a small, friendly group and make new-comers welcome. We laugh a lot and enjoy the exercise.
If you are interested contact Margaret at 01829-740665

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