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Where to Find Afternoon Tea Dances

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tiggers Fri 17-Jan-20 19:02:59

Dear All

We have recently moved to South Cambridgeshire and would like to continue attending afternoon tea dances. So far we haven't had much success in finding any local ones via the internet so I am hoping you good people out there can come to our assistance.

Many thanks.

vampirequeen Sat 18-Jan-20 10:34:51

Is this any use?

tiggers Sat 18-Jan-20 15:24:11

Thank you for the link to the monthly tea dance at The Guildhall vampirequeen.

Also hoping to hear of a weekly afternoon tea dance in the local area, that is if there are any at all. Fingers crossed.

JuliaM Sat 18-Jan-20 16:54:18

You could try contacting a local dance school in your area, they may know of some, or maybe organise one themselves with tuition for beginners and improvers. If you have a Warners 'Just for Adults' complex in your area, then give them a call and see if they can offer you anything as part of a day guest afternoon tea package. Likewise AgeUk may run social groups and day centres locally where dances are sometimes organised. Good Luck in your search.

janeainsworth Sat 18-Jan-20 17:04:14

Try this site tigger

tiggers Sat 18-Jan-20 21:22:02

Thank you ladies for the suggestions and website links.

Very much appreciated.

jacq10 Sat 18-Jan-20 22:12:44

What about Richard Coles?

jacq10 Sun 19-Jan-20 10:13:30

Just noticed - wrong thread!!!!!!!

notanan2 Sun 19-Jan-20 10:48:25

If you go to the monthly one then the people attending will know what other ones are on

ninathenana Sun 19-Jan-20 11:18:49

Have you looked at notice boards in local library.

notanan makes a good point.

tiggers Sun 19-Jan-20 15:15:32

Thank you all for your help.

Do keep wondering though if there are any grans out there who do actually attend afternoon tea dances in South Cambridgeshire themselves.

Resurgam123 Mon 20-Jan-20 18:21:18

Dont ask me I have two left feet.
๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‰. I hope you can find a place.