Guildford Folk Dancers meets weekly at All Saints Church hall, Onslow Village, Guildford from 8pm to 10.15pm on Thursdays to enjoy a varied programme of English folk dances in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Club evenings are led by either club callers or guest callers from neighbouring clubs. Each caller will have prepared a varied programme of dances to be performed to recorded music.
Having organised those who wish to dance into sets, the caller will explain the steps of the dance so that everybody can walk it through to gain familiarity. This is just as useful to old hands as well as newcomers since few people can remember the steps of the many different dances likely to be encountered. If anyone doesn't understand something callers are perfectly willing to repeat the walk through until everybody is confident enough for the dance to be performed to music.
At about 9pm we have a break for refreshments when tea, coffee and biscuits are served. This is an opportunity for a natter to other members and also to hear the club notices from the Chairman.
At about 9.15 the dancing continues until we finish at 10.15.
The club also has other events at Normandy Village hall.
In addition to the weekly club at All saints Church Hall, Guildford, the club has a number of additional meetings at Normandy Village Hall. These events are not included in club membership fees and an additional charge is payable at each event.
These dances are open to both members and non-members of the club. They start at 7.30pm and finish at 11pm with a break for refreshments mid-way through the evening. The club provides tea, coffee and soft drinks but participants are asked to each bring a plate of food to share.
The dances are led by guest callers with live music by two, three or sometimes four piece bands.
These dances are open to both members and non-members of the club. They start at 7.30pm and finish at 10.30pm with a break for refreshments mid-way through the evening. The club provides tea, coffee and soft drinks but participants are asked to each bring a plate of food to share.
These dances are open to both members and non-members of the club. They start at 2.30pm and finish at 5.30pm with a break for refreshments mid-way through the afternoon. Tea, coffee and cake are provided by the club.
The dances are led by club callers with recorded music.
TO ALL USERS OF NORMANDY VILLAGE HALL
Thames Water Flood Alleviation Scheme, Glaziers Lane, Normandy
Thames Water are currently working on this project and will need to close Glaziers Lane for TWO MONTHS while they lay a new sewer pipe.
From Monday 21st October the road will be closed to all vehicular traffic from the stream bridge near No 43 to No 49 Glaziers Lane and is scheduled to re-open on Friday 20th December.
It will not be possible for any through traffic travelling from the Hogs Back via Flexford Road to gain access to the Village Hall and Manor Fruit Farm.
Pedestrian access will be maintained during this period.
Users of the Village Hall travelling by car will only have access to Manor Fruit Farm via the junction of the A323 Guildford to Aldershot Road and Glaziers Lane.
We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause you during this period.
Normandy Village Hall Board of Trustees 11th October 2019
There is no charge for your first visit if you'd like to come and try out the club *. Thereafter the following charges apply.
The Club's Membership and Financial years run from the 1st September to the 31st August. The membership fees for club year 2018/19 are shown below.
|Annual Membership fee||Attendance charge||Total Payable on first night *||Payable on subsequent nights|
|Please make cheques payable to: Guildford Folk Dancers|
|Open Saturday dances||£10 for admission (i)|
|Informal Saturday dances||£4 for admission (i)|
|Sunday teadances||£4 for admission and refreshments|
|Notes||(i) Drinks will be provided but please bring a plate of food to share|
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