We meet every Tuesday evening from 8 - 10pm between September and May to keep fit, have fun and make new friends. We dance a selection of Scottish country dances each week, led by an experienced member of the club. Most dances are walked through before dancing.
We welcome visitors and new members to join us at this informal, friendly club. You will need to know some of the basic steps and formations; if you are an absolute beginner but would like to learn to dance, we can put you in touch with a local beginners class to get you started.
Twice a year we organise a Saturday evening dance with buffet supper.
Membership is just £35 for the whole year, but your first taster evening is free! Visitors pay just £2.50 per evening.
Why not came along to meet us at the exceedingly fine, modern St Mary's Kippington Church Centre, Kippington Road, Sevenoaks TN13 2LL. Ample free parking available.
Tickets in advance from the Secretary
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4th February 2017
7th November 2015
Danced by Sevenoaks Reel Club men at one of their Tuesday club nights.
The Sevenoaks Reel Club was formed in 1955 and has met regularly since that time.
In addition to meeting on Tuesday evenings members of the club have given demonstrations (at Burns night celebrations, for example) and have entertained various groups around the town.
The club is non profit making and donates to local charities from the money raised through raffles.
Over the 2016-17 season Sevenoaks Reel Club raised £200 for local charitable purposes.
This year's chosen charity was Age UK Tonbridge.
Age UK runs Day Centres where older people can enjoy some companionship and activities, a cooked lunch and various other services. Some members of the Club agreed to offer a dance demonstration in July 2017 to users of the Centre, after which a cheque was presented to Sandra, the Centre Manager, by the Club Chairman.
Sandra thanked us warmly on behalf of the audience and said that she intended to put the donation towards an outing for the Centre users.