There have been two recent events.

Please see the reports, including pictures, by following the links below.


Firstly there was the first RSCDS (Cornwall Branch) overseas trip to Brittany.


There was also the Trevone SCD club’s annual summer walk and dance.


Saturday 5th October 2019  – The Parkhouse Centre Bude – 2.30pm to 4pm 

As part of the Marhamchurch Scottish Dancers 24th Annual Residential Weekend in Bude this October there will be an additional opportunity to dance to Sandy Nixon and His Band who are one of the Top Scottish Country Dance Bands in the Country.

Everyone is welcome to attend.  Come and enjoy an afternoon of fun dances, very suitable for new and less experienced dancers. All dances will be walked and talked through. This is a wonderful opportunity to dance and listen to live Scottish Country dancing Music played at its best.

Tickets are an incredible £5 which includes a Cornish Cream Tea.

To reserve your place on the dance floor and cream tea contact Dawn on 01840 261708

Dance List

Saturday 12th October 2019

RSCDS Cornwall Branch

AGM and Social Dance


Lanivet Community Hall, Rectory Road PL30 5HG

7pm to 10.30pm

Free admission

Please bring a contribution for the supper table

7pm                               Buffet Supper

7.30pm                         AGM Meeting

8.30pm                         Social Dance


See the list of dances and crib here

The “Cornish Hospitality” Project 2019

Spring 2019 saw us running a series of workshops to learn 6 of the dances from our new book of dances “Cornish Hospitality”. The ultimate aim of the workshops was to produce a video of each dance that could be used together with the full instructions and dance diagrams to learn the dances.

The dances chosen were Cornish Hospitality, Tandem to Anvil, Carrick Castles, PZ40, The Lass from Brittany and Mrs Carmichael of Okataina.
The link to the videos is here.

To help show the patterns of the dance each couple wears a different coloured top.

This project has been a success for many reasons; the main one being dancers from the length of Cornwall (Liskeard in the East down to Penzance in the West over 60 miles between each group) came to together to enjoy and improve their dancing and to dance with each other, something we do not have an opportunity to do very frequently.

Another series of workshops are planned for this autumn and spring next year to complete the book.

Rosalind McLaughlin, July 2019

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