Llandovery Folk Dancing     llandoveryfolkdancing.co.uk

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Twm Twp - Photograph by Mike Turtle

Llandovery Folk Dancing is an informal group of like-minded people who come together simply to enjoy folk dancing. Llandovery Folk Dancing have continued the pattern of monthly dancing sessions since 1994 when the group was formed.

Dancing is usually of a British origin, (Welsh, English, or Scottish) with a variation of any of these on occasions, for example: Cornish or Manx. Further interest is gained, at times, with non- British styles, e.g Breton or an East European circle dance.

We meet regularly on the third Friday of the month (except August) with only an occasional variation. Dancing starts around 7.30pm, with the Rhys Prichard Hall sessions finishing at about 10.30pm and the larger events continuing until later.

Generally, most of us have been dancing for some years but are always ready to welcome beginners wanting to ‘have a go‘ and more experienced dancers bringing in new enthusiasm and interest. Feel free to come on your own, with a partner or with your family and feel assured of a warm welcomed.

Twm Twp - Photograph by Mike Turtle

The atmosphere is informal and most dances are fun, No fingers are pointed if mistakes are made. There is no membership but names and addresses can be added to a mailing list should people wish a programme to be sent out to them (cost of postage welcomed). It is good exercise, but take care if you have a physical problem such as a back injury.