Line Dancing is amazing fun, while being great exercise. Suitable for all ages and ideal for first-timers looking to get into shape.
We dance to all genres of music from Pop to Latin, Country to Rock…These classes will guide you through the basic steps to enjoy Modern Line Dancing. No Cowboy boots or hats needed just bring a bottle of water and wear some comfortable shoes.
Below you can find an archive of the dances we do, with difficulty level and links to their step sheets.
The months are flying by and here we are nearing the end of June.
Thank you to all those that came along to our Sunday T-Dance, it was nice to see so many making our day so enjoyable.
The afternoon got off to a good start with Chris teaching one of his dances “Lonesome” and later another one called “The Second I Saw You” step sheet to follow.
He organised a quiz which he thought would test you all, and with a prize of two tins of baked beans, the competition was on lol! (There was also two very large Toblerones hidden in the bag) well done to the winners.
We stopped for a tea break, followed by the raffle, and before we knew it was getting towards the end, 42 dances completed in all.
We asked for the top dances danced during the afternoon, results of the top four are shown below.
|Rocket To The Sun||Adventure 45|
|Story||The Long Way Home|
|Cards On The Table||The Second I Saw You|
|Bored||Dancin The Dust|
|Gently Does It||Second Hand Heart|
|Disappearing Tail Lights||I Close My Eyes|
|Hold A Candle||Boom Boom Bang|
|Outside In||Sweet Hurt|
|Babylon||All The Kings Horses|
|Big Blue Tree||Rita’s Waltz|
|Rockin The Wagon Wheel / Wagon Wheel Rock||Pull You Through|
|Paddy’s Choir||Darling Stand By Me|
|Down On Your Uppers||Slowly Gently Softly|
|Your My Anthem|
|Until The Dawn / And Get It On|
Top favourite dances voted on the day as follows: –
Ritas Waltz and Close My Eyes – Joint First
Rockin The Wagon Wheel, The Long Way Home and Until Dawn – Joint Second
Hold A Candle – Third
Perfect and Boots – Joint Fourth
Oakford Garden Fete
We were asked to attend a garden fete at Oakford near Bampton. The afternoon saw good weather and a good crowd attended.
There were the usual smashing of the plates, a game of skittles and one I hadn’t seen before was the live fruit machine ladies, who actually gave the line dancing a go.
Thank you to the organisers who made us feel welcome with a cream tea and beer shandy.
Pictures can be found in the gallery.
Take care bye for now
Marina & Chris
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