Scottish Country Dancing is a great activity.

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Dear dancers – 

Hope you are well. 

It is great that we are now dancing again with our weekly virtual Scottish Country dance classes. I can feel my fitness coming back already. If we haven’t sent you the class joining details then please drop us an email on sehscds@hotmail.com.

We do not publish joining details here and change them each week for security reasons.

The class attracts dancers from right across East Herts and from Cambridge in the north to Harrow in the south. If you just want to join and enjoy the Scottish music, that’s fine.

Looking forward to seeing you at the Tuesday virtual class.

Happy dancing. 

The  WHAT’S ON  page gives details of all SEHSCDS activities, although at present all others are on hold.

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Are  you already a Scottish dancer, thinking of coming back to Scottish Country Dancing or have never tried it before:

Click here for the flyer of dances that were planned for 2020Dance Scottish in 2020

or click on  the WHAT’S ON  page and find out more

 

or click on RECENT POSTS on the right.  

 

 

 

  • Scottish Country Dancing is a really great activity to keep fit, have fun and make new friends. We look forward to seeing you soon.

 

  • This web site also covers Scottish Country Dancing across a number of other clubs in East Hertfordshire. Please click on OTHER LOCAL SOCIETIES  
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    If you are new to the area and want to find out about Scottish Country Dancing in East Herts, simply use the  CONTACTS  page and send us a message or pick up the phone and ring us on 07842034890. We would be very pleased to hear from you.

  • Interested in arranging a joining in evening see the  CEILIDH TEAM page.

 

 

 

 

  • So what is Scottish Country Dancing?

The dances are a little like a Ceilidh or English barn dance with groups of dances usually in 2,3 or 4 couples dancing in set patterns. Some of these patterns can be very pretty and they range from the very simple beginners dances to those for dancers with years of experience.  Scottish Country Dancing should not be confused with Highland dancing which includes sword dances and is usually for groups of individuals demonstrating individual skills.

Petronella HighlandFling

Perhaps this is best explained in the pictures from the web site of Marucho where you can find many animated gifs for national dances…

On the left we have a team of Scottish Country dancers who are dancing a popular dance called the Petronella. On the right the lone dancer is dancing the Highland Fling.