Andover Scottish Dancing Club

NEW VENUE - Amesbury, Wiltshire

The Club continues to flourish - with attendances providing sufficient numbers for two sets. We also continue to enjoy the services of a number of highly competent teachers, which adds diversity to our repertoire, and makes the dancing even more vibrant and enjoyable.

So, come and join us - it really is a most pleasant and painless way of burning off the calories and stimulating the mind, as well as making new friends!!

Who are we?

[Two Couples Dancing] More than thirty years ago, there was a Scottish Country Dancing evening class, run by the local authority, based in the John Hanson School. However, it was stipulated that the class would only operate if there was an average attendance of at least fourteen; and, there were occasions when the class was suspended because of this requirement. Several of those attending then were Methodists so, in 1983, we set up a Club at the Methodist Church in Bridge Street, Andover. The Club has always been inter-denominational, and also continues to include those with no church associations; at present, there are some 17 members on the books. We are a friendly Club, with a wide range of dancing ability that welcomes new members.

When do we meet?

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Every Monday: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm.

We will begin again on 5 September 2016.

The last session before Christmas will be held on 12 December 2016.

Where do we meet?

Note: NEW VENUE - Amesbury

Hall at back of Church
Upper Avon Methodist Church,
High Street, Amesbury
Click here for map

For further details of our activities, please
call Ron Moore, on 01722 238128 or
email: or
email our Chairman, Barbara Spencer:


What is Scottish Country Dancing?

Find out more about Scottish Country Dancing


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LAST UPDATED 05 August 2016 (NEW VENUE - Amesbury, term dates)

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