New Forest Meddlars: Mixed Morris dance side, formed in 1990 and based in Lyndhurst, in the New Forest. The name is derived from the medlar tree, whose fruits are eaten when they are just turning rotten (a comment on our dancing?), and our habit of 'meddling' in all traditions of Morris. The New Forest Meddlers meet most Tuesday evenings in Lyndhurst during the winter months to practice and to learn new dances. New musicians and dancers are always welcome if you have no previous experience of dancing necessary. Click weblink for current programme of events.
New Forest Scottish Country Dancers: Country Dancing is the traditional ballroom dancing of Scotland. Country dances are danced with partners in sets of two or more couples doing a variety of formations. The dances vary in tempo, including lively jigs, hornpipes and reels, and the slower, elegant strathspeys. New members welcome, anyone of any age. Click weblink for display team programme.
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