Dance classes for those aged 50+ that began as part of Dance in Devon's Stepping Out project are currently being offered independently in Ilfracombe, Teignmouth and Okehampton:
STEP OUT ACROSS CULTURES in Ilfracombe!
Fun Dance fusions From Africa, Spain, Brazil, the Far East…
FOR ALL OVER 50s! No experience necessary.
Classes on THURSDAYS
• 1.30 – 2.15pm
• 2.30 – 3.15pm
£4 (Concessions £1) First session is FREE!
Venue: The Lantern Centre, 44 High Street, Ilfracombe EX34 9QB
TO BOOK YOUR PLACE CALL BECKY – 07788475173
STEPPING OUT in Teignmouth!
Come and discover the joy of dancing with others over the age of 50. Try out Bollywood, ballet, contemporary dance, musical theatre and explore your own creativity.
Classes on Wednesday at 6pm
Cost: £6 per person
Venue: Richard Newton Hall, Higher Buckeridge Road, Teignmouth, Devon, TQ14 8QP
TO BOOK YOUR PLACE EMAIL ANNA – firstname.lastname@example.org
STEPPING OUT in Okehampton!
Fun dance sessions for over 50s weekly in Okehampton!
Classes on Wednesday mornings 9.15 – 10.15am
Cost: £4.50 per person
Venue: Okehampton Rugby Club, Okehampton, Devon
TO BOOK YOUR PLACE EMAIL ELLODIE – email@example.com
For more information about the first Stepping Out project, please click here.
Dawlish Dancers are a group of ladies aged 55 to 70+ who love to dance. Some were non-dancers in previous lives but they all feel that now is their time and firmly believe that ‘anyone can be a dancer’.
They have a friendly, professional dance teacher who creates the dances using elements of many different dance styles and set to a wide variety of music.
The weekly sessions are a lot of fun and whilst they try to be as good as we can be, you will hear a lot of music and laughter coming from their hall on a Wednesday. Dance keeps your brain active and your body moving.
Why not join them on Wednesday afternoons?
The Manor, Dawlish, 1.45 – 2.45pm.
Contact Gwen on 01626 863805 or Josie on 01626 888633.
Dawlish Dancers started as a joint project between Teignbridge Council and Dance in Devon to encourage older people to stay active; it was known as ‘Dance This Way’ . When the project finished and the funding stopped the group became self sufficient and so a committee was set up and funding from the Lottery was obtained.
In 2011 Anna Leatherdale became the teacher for the group, and the orgianl chairman, Jean Green, resigned and Gwen Wheddon was elected.