Bebington folk-dance club.
BEBINGTON folk-dance club.

to contact us,
phone Mary Smith our Secretary, on 0151 652 4479
or or email her, .

We meet 1st, 3rd and 5th Tuesdays, from 8pm to,
except for a break in the summer.

Our venue is Victoria Hall,, Acorn Close, off Village Rd Bebington. CH63 8PT
This is behind the well-known (and re-furbished) "Acorn" pub
where King's Road changes to Teehey Lane.
The locals will all know exactly where you mean if you ask for "The Acorn.".

webmaster for this page Gerry Jones,

Dates for your Diary.
We started the 2008-09 season on Sept.2nd, and we will end on July 7th, 2009 for the summer break. We shall re-start on Sept.15th, 2009.
Our next dance will be our Christmas Dance on Sat. Dec. 20th, 2008 at Victoria Hall, with Rhodri Davies, and Dave Yeomans and Caroline Bunting. Tickets available at the door, and there is a 'bring a plate' supper.
On Sat. April 25th, 2009 the group celebrates its Diamond Jubilee with a dance at Bromborough Civic Hall, with Geoff Cubitt, and music by Ali, Jane, Meg and Bill. We would welcome any former members of the group. Further details from Mary Smith, 0151 652 4479.

The Dances we do are traditional-style social dances that you would find at a Barn Dance or Ceilidh. Our group caters for all levels of dancers, expert and novice. Each dance is "called through", so why not call in on one of the groups meetings at 8.00 pm., and have a go? Or ring 0151 652 4479 or 0151 339 8854 for more details.

See also our listing in

English Folk or Country Dancing covers a wide variety of dance types, from what some might call Barn Dancing or Ceilidhs, to more formal dances from dancing masters of the 18th century or earlier. There is also an American influence, as English Country Dancing was taken across by early settlers, became popular in New England and Canada, and there developed in its own way, and some were brought back to England.
Line Dancing is not included as this is something completely different.

We dance to both recorded and live music - the evenings are actually half and half. usually mixing the two forms during each evening.
We welcome all to join us whether you are experienced dancers or complete beginners. All dances are "walked through" to ensure people are familiar with the moves, and then they are "called" during the dance. The objective is to enjoy the music and dance and have some fun in a social gathering.

There is no joining fee nor annual subscription but just a small charge of 2.00 each evening you attend, and this includes light refreshments. There is no bar.

This folk dance club organises Saturday night dances once or twice a year, with a live band and caller.

Our Secretary Mary Smith 0151 652 4479 would be happy to provide more details.

is located in Higher Bebington, Birkenhead, in Acorn Close. This is on King's Road, Bebington, oppositeTown Lane (B5150), and behind the "Acorn" pub. CH63 8PT .

From the Birkenhead Tunnel, bear right over the flyover, straight only Borough Road. Do Not bear right into Singleton Avenue, but bear left, still in Borough Road, to pass the Football Stadium of Tranmere F.C,. After the roundabout at Kings Lane and Broadway, Town Lane is the next turning on your left, and at that point, turn right into Village Rd., and first right into Acorn Close (but not into the Acorn pub car park) and the Hall is on the left.

Our club is one of a number of folk dance clubs in the Mersey And Deeside federation, (M.A.D.folk)Mersey and Deeside Federation.(M.A.D. Folk)
and the club is affiliated to the

Other folk related websites include;
lancashirefolk.folk dance information for the county.
"FolkGroup NorthWest" the North West Section of the Folk Group
Morris & Dance.a listing of folk-dance clubs.
Liverpool "Contra" folk dance club.
Gerry Jones' daytime Country Dancing clubs
on Mondays in Liverpool, at Fazakerley and Childwall.
Instructions for some popular English country dances
Liverpool Country Dance Band
for barn-dances and ceilidhs.
How to find us. A-Z; p90 A1.

Here are some pages linked to this page:
Mersey And Deeside folk dance clubs
Lyrics of some Liverpool Songs.
Gerry Jones, the handy musician
Liverpool branch of the RSCDS
IRISH Dancing information.
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