We are holding a 'MEMORIAL JIVE NIGHT' (FREESTYLE with a TROPICAL theme) to remember John Johnson, one of our regular dancers who sadly passed away in December 2021.  He loved nothing more than to get dressed up for the themed freestyles we used to hold quite often and his efforts won him first price for 'best costume' on a couple of occasions . 

A RAFFLE will be held with all profits going to the BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION
(If you wish to donate raffle prizes, please bring them along on the evening)

Do come along and don't forget to wear your best 'tropical outfit' (we understand that not everyone likes dressing up... no problem - just come along anway and let's make it a good party night!  Usual time, usual price.

To book your place on the dance floor - Contact Anne on: 07769 890674

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Well... what a night!  Our JUBILEE JIVE PARTY FREESTYLE on TUESDAY 31 MAY 2022 certainly went down a treat!  As is usually the case on a special event evening,  our very own 'celebrity guests' were in attendance (see photo). Many of those who came along commented on what a good time they had, dancing the night away to popular tunes by our resident DJ, Andy Kale, who was also very suitably dressed for the occasion.
We are very grateful to all our regular dancers for their continued support and hope to see many new faces over the coming months... do keep visiting our website for details of our next event!

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From (Monday 28 March 2022) we relaxed our covid-19 entry requirements.  We will no longer ask to see an NHS registered Lateral Flow Test, as we know that access to free tests have ended.
However, please do not attend our classes if you are feeling unwell, have a sore throat or cold-like symptoms. 
For the present time, we will continue to scan your temperature on arrival.

We intend to do everything possible to ensure the safety of everyone and do not wish to exclude anyone. 


In the Dance Hall

The hall will be ventilated as much as possible and there will be hand sanitizer available in various locations (please do bring your own as well in case we run out on the night).

We would ask that not too many people populate the dance floor at one time, allowing a reasonable distance between each couple.

Wearing a mask is not compulsory whilst dancing, but you may wear one if you wish. 


Please remember: Dancing is not without risk and we cannot guarantee everyone’s safety. 
We can only do our best and ask that everyone who attends will do the same.