Clitheroe

Circle Dancing

****This group is currently suspended, until the Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.****

Meets for enjoyment and gentle activity from 10am to 12am on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month in Pendleton Village Hall. Contact Sally Maxwell 01772 379926 for details.

Circle Dancing is an opportunity enjoy mindful relaxing dances from around the world. Full instruction is given, and new members are always welcome.

At our early May meeting we welcomed a special visiting Chinese dancer: Jing from the Confucius Institute. She taught us a dance using brightly coloured silk scarves and then entranced us with a skillful dance which she performed for us.

Chinese Dancer Jing, in the hallJing and Dancers Scarf DanceCircle Dancers Scarf Dance

First photo of the group below: The ladies of Pendle recently flew to Morocco, minus broomsticks,to do some circle dancing. Second picture: day at Claudio Bravos Palace and museum. He was a Chilean Painter, and benefactor around the Taroudant area, building schools and hospitals. Lastly a picture of some of the dancing whilst we were there.

Circle dancing in Morocco 1Circle Dancing in Morocco 2Circle dancing in Morocco 3
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