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 Anne Armstrong

 

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I have been circle dancing since 1989 and currently lead regular groups in Kent and Sussex as well as dance days and dance holidays at home and abroad. I have an easy-to-follow style of teaching and I'm always happy to welcome new dancers to my groups. I have a large repertoire of both traditional and choreographed dances and I enjoy challenging dances as well as more simple mediative ones. I live in Goudhurst, a village in Kent, which is near Tunbridge Wells. Goudhurst has a lovely old village hall with a wooden floor and it is here that I hold my dance days four times a year and also an annual visit from a guest teacher.

I also lead occasional events including a Summer Party at my home, Little Meadow, which  has a purpose-built conservatory with a dance floor as well as a large patio where we can dance when the sun shines. I have led many Circle Dance holidays in Spain, Croatia and Morocco, but my favourite venue is la Roane in South West France where I lead Dance Holidays in June and September. See Dance Holidays page for more information and dates.

 

 

 

Contact me:  phone 01580 211621

                            email annearmstrong@supanet.com

 

More information about Circle Dancing, how to find a local group and how to subscribe to our quarterly magazine, Grapevine, can be found at www.circledancegrapevine.co.uk

 We have also formed an Association of  Circle Dancers  called The South East Corner Circle Dancing Group. This consists of dance teachers in mainly Kent, Sussex and Surrey. The aim of this association is to support and publicise circle dancing in this area. See the website: http://circledancesecorner.pbworks.com for local Circle Dance Groups,Teachers and Dance Events 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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