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           Message from our  President

Dear Members,
We’re back, after our long break! Dancing started last Wednesday 22nd September and we have a packed timetable up to the end of May 2021. To every three dance classes, we have a social which may be a quiz night, ceilidh or a talk. This year we also have a paper crafting afternoon, a lunch out and a skittles evening. There is plenty to look forward to. I hope to see lots of participants at all of these evenings.

Cath Hockley   

We meet at Trinity URC hall, Windsor Road, Slough, at 7.30 pm for dancing and
8 pm for other events.
Our St Andrew’s dinner and dance will be held on Saturday 27th November, with guests arriving from 6.30 pm and carriages at midnight. This year the venue is Royal Ascot Golf Club, Winkfield Road, Ascot and it promises to be a wonderful evening full of Scottish traditions and dancing. However do not be put off if you are a Sassenach like me, as you will have a great time. We dance to the Strathallan Scottish Country Dancing Band, who have a brilliant caller and you will be piped into the building when you arrive.
Burns Night is another of our special evenings and I will write more about that nearer the time.
Membership includes regular newsletters, nowadays mostly online, and costs £7.50 for the year. Dance classes cost £3 per session and £4 for non members. Other evenings are individually priced.

Details of recent functions can be found here,
whilst an archive of newsletters dating back to February 2015 are on the Newsletter page and colourful recent photos can be found by clicking the image below:  

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If you have any questions about the Society or would like to join, send an email to:

If you have a similar or relevant site, you are welcome to link to us:
Introduction to Scottish Country Dancing
Our grateful thanks to Helen Belé of
South Simcoe Scottish Country Dancing Group
for permission to use this clip from her video.
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