Scottish Country Dancing – For fun, fitness and friendship
The Branch runs classes and dances for beginners and experienced dancers. We have several classes and dances for young people too. The prize-winning London Branch demonstration team provides displays of Scottish dance all over the S.E. and is available to make your function go with a swing!
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The RSCDS Health Strategy has been developed in response to the increasing evidence of the positive health benefits of regular, moderate and intense activity. To find out more and to view the Health Strategy Pack contents click here.
The Branch has a Facebook page (30/9/11). Click the “Like” button at the top of this page to join us on Facebook.
The London Branch have been given special permission by her daughter Jo Chima, to whom we are indebted, to show all 34 of Pat Batt’s poems, from her five volumes, in stages. Visit monthly from September 2011.
Why not join a Scottish Country Dance Class? The London Branch runs a large number of classes throughout the year. Some of these are regular classes during term-time, others are advanced technique and classes for young people. There is something suitable for everyone! Click here for more information or contact the classes coordinator.
If you would like to join the London Branch, click here to download our updated membership form.
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RSCDS London Branch members have helped in the making of a video for NHS about Scottish Country Dancing as a way of keeping fit and healthy. It has now been uploaded to the NHS Choices website www.nhs.uk and is accessible through the link here.