Cove Sequence Dance Club is a small but growing friendly club which meets every Friday evening at the Samual Cody Community Centre (formerly Oak Farm Community Centre) Ballantyne Road, Cove, Farnborough GU14 8SN from September to May.  In the summer it also meets on the 2nd and 4th Fridays in June and July. The Club meets from 19:45 - 22:15. The hall has been re-floored making dancing a pleasure.


The Club has been in existence for over 67 years and currently has around 40 members. Dancers of all levels including beginners are very welcome. Please telephone the Secretary for details (tel. 01252-653536).


The Leaders of Cove SDC are Hilary & Nigel (photo left) who are both qualified teachers (AUKA) and carry UKA public and professional liability insurance.  They are supported by Deputies Shirley & Gordon, Tertiaries Jacqui & Michael and Quaternaries Ivy & Bill.  


The weekly programme consists of a variety of  popular social, classical, latin and modern sequence dances including the old favourites with the emphasis on having fun. Hilary and Nigel provide instruction on the few new winning inventive dances that are proving popular along with recaps on old favourites.  The last old dances recapped were the Glenroy Foxtrot, Edwardian Gavotte, Manhattan Blues and the Rumba Beguine.  


In January we are teaching the Sandringham Swing,


The Current Club officers are:


Michael - Chairman,  Shirley - Secretary,  Mike - Treasurer

Our next Club Evening is on Friday 20th January at 19:45.  The random programme may be taken from:


Manhattan Blues, Rivelin Rumba, Sandringham Swing (recap), Saunter Together, Midnight Jive, Ava Rose Gavotte, Mayfair Quickstep, Royal Sapphire Foxtrot, Mambo Marina, Honey Saunter, Tayside Tango and Westlee Waltz.

Hope you can all make it.

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