Argyll Scottish Dancing Group


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Argyll Scottish Dancing Group

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The Group has its origins at Argyle Street School in the Kings Cross area of London in the early 1950s. For many years it has concentrated its activities on weekend schools, initially with walking during the day and some social dancing in the evening. To help the dancers tackle the evening programme some tuition was arranged during the day and by the 1970s the weekend schools were providing 2 classes for beginners and experienced dancers as well as the evening dances.

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51.5347, -0.1246

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