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  • Fiona Grant

    Fiona Grant March 19, 2006, 12:51 p.m. (Message 44743)

    The Cranberry Tart Might Go to Bath: why don't you come along to?

    Dear Ron, and everyone 
    
    Re: last week i went to a dayschool and learnt a new dance called the
    cranberry tart which i liked very much....
    
    In reply to your friend about obtaining the original publication of The
    Cranberry Tart: I believe the book can be ordered from Nora Sutherland at
    TAC Books
    http://www.tac-rscds.org/
    Email: xxxxxxxx@xxx-xxxxx.xxx
    
    Or direct from Terry Glasspool:
    http://home.stny.rr.com/glasshall/dances.html
    Email: xxxxxxxxxx@xxxx.xx.xxx
    
    Eric Finley taught the dance at a lively and energetic Borders Day School in
    Fleet last weekend. 
    He’s coming to visit us on April Fool’s Day. 
    Come and join us in Bath?
    
    More details below,
    Happy Dancing Everyone,
    Fiona
    Bristol, UK
    
    RSCDS Bath Branch
    Day School
    Saturday 1st April 2006
    
    Colerne Village Hall (7 miles NE of Bath)
    ________________________________________
    Teacher: Eric Finley (Ayr)
    Eric has been teaching for over 20 years and
    is much sought after for day schools both in the UK and overseas.
     
    Musician: Peter Shand
    Peter Shand is a regular accompanist for classes at St Andrews
    ________________________________________
     CLASSES
    
    MORNING 10.30 FOR 11.00-13.00
    Scottish Country Dance Class for proficient dancers with a good knowledge of
    all formations
    
    Lunch: tea, coffee and squash provided – we suggest you bring a packed lunch
    
    AFTERNOON 2 PM FOR 2.15-3.45 AND 4PM-5PM 
    Part 1: 2.15-3.45pm
    Scottish Country Dance Class suitable for those with a basic knowledge of
    formations and steps.
    Part 2: 4 - 5pm 
    Unusual (but not hard) dances for all levels of Scottish Country dancers
    (entrance included with either class or the dance). 
    ________________________________________
    OPTIONAL EVENING MEAL 5.15PM
    Ploughmans supper (bread, cheese, pickles) with salad and fruit 
     
    A detailed MAP and instructions will be supplied with tickets.  
    Enquiries: Peter Harraway 01225 742328, or xxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx
    Tickets:  June Hall 01225 318906 
    ________________________________________
    COSTS: All sessions (including dance) £21.00
    Individual parts (Morning, Afternoon, Evening Dance) £8.50 each
    Evening meal £4
    ________________________________________
    
    EVENING DANCE 
    6.30-9.30 pm
    Neil Copland Band
    Neil Copland and Mo Rutherford lead one of Scotlands most popular bands. 
    For this occasion Peter Shand will join them.
    
    Collichur 
    The Reel Of The Royal Scots
    The Gentleman
    The Hazel Tree
    The Falls Of Rogie
    Anna Holden's Strathspey
    Friday’s Child 
    J. B. Milne 
    Culla Bay (Danced as a Medley) 
    The Luckenbooth Brooch
    Cherrybank Gardens
    The Earl & Countess Of Wessex
    The Machine Without Horses
    Wind On Loch Fyne
    Follow Me Home
    Duke Of Perth
    
    Dances will be recapped
    A CRIB is available. 
    
    Enquiries: Peter Harraway 01225 742328, or xxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx
    Tickets:  June Hall, (01225 318906) 
    Light refreshments provided (tea/coffee, cake and fruit)
    
    
    last week i went  to a dayschool and learnt a new dance called the cranberry
    tart which i liked very much  the dance was written by terry glasspool and
    comes from the states   a book called the seven year itch
    
    i know you get dances from the states and wondered if you knew any way i
    could get hold of this  i have written it out for myself by memory  but it
    would be nice to have the correct instructions Happy Dancing,
    Ron   :)
    
    Ron Mackey
    Mottingham, London
    London, Croydon & International Branches
          

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