The FISY day of dance on the 30th September has had to be moved to DEEPCAR Village Hall because of the flood damage at Burncross.
The caller Frances Oats and the band, Dampier’s round are still booked for the event. The afternoon session still starts at 2.00 p.m. and the evening session starts at 7.00 p.m.
If you planning to stay for the whole day please remember to bring some food for your tea.
We are hoping to hold the FISY A.G.M.starting between 6.00 and 6.15.
Folk in South Yorkshire (FISY) is a not-for-profit umbrella organisation that represents folk dancing clubs and groups in the South Yorkshire area, several of whom are affiliated to the English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS). Membership of EFDSS is not required to attend any of the regular or special dances arranged by FISY or the groups we represent. Being part of an organisation such as EFDSS ensures a level of security for those who take part in the dances, including assurance that the sessions are appropriately insured.
A number of different clubs organise dances:
- Folk in South Yorkshire (email Anne at email@example.com or phone on 01246468798
- Grenoside (phone Anne on 01246468798 or Sonia on 0114 2884046)
- Psalter Lane Folk Dance Club (phone Marjorie on 0114 2343552 or Sheila on 0114 2556462)
- Trev & Gill’s Dances (email Trev and Gill at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone on 0114 288 2685)
- Worksop Folk Dance Group (email Eileen at email@example.com or phone on 01909 481 772)
- Mosborough Folk Dance Club (phone Sonia on 0114 2884046)
- Chapeltown (phone Trev on 0114 288 2685)
- Kirk Sandall Barn Dance Club (phone Denise on 01709 306550)
- The Ruddle Centre (Heartsease Country Dancers) (phone Jean on 01709 812952)
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