Used to dance?

  |  Published: Aug 3rd 2016

Why not take it up again? Scottish Country Dancing is really good fun, very sociable and keeps you fit! You’ll get a warm welcome at the Lucy Clark Scottish Country Dance Club, which meets in the Oldham Hall, Great Missenden HP16 OAZ on Thursday evenings.

This year our club is celebrating its 50th anniversary, so we must be doing something right! The club was named after Lucy Clark, an enthusiastic teacher of Scottish country dancing, as well as an accomplished accordion player. We think Lucy would be thrilled to see that the club is still thriving today; we routinely have around 30 dancers enjoying themselves each week.

If you want to join us, you can practice basic steps and formations with our instructors at the beginning of the evening. Then, you can enjoy dancing to the irresistible rhythms of the jigs, reels and strathspeys. We dance to recorded music at these sessions and to live bands at our Christmas and Charity Dances. Each term we have an informal social dance for members’ enjoyment.

You don’t need to bring a partner or wear special clothes or shoes - and your first evening is free!

To get in touch please visit or ring our club Secretary, Liz Mitchell on 07947 000368.

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