Fylde Coast Cloggers
be taking the name of Lytham St Annes
The ladies of Lytham St Anne’s own
team are well known locally for their lively and exuberant
dances in the
The team has twice visited twin
town Werne in
The team comprises women dancers ranging in age from to 65 years. It is a proud boast that the team includes some very young members who will be able to continue the dancing in years to come, just when many would think all the old skills have died.
The team will be accompanied on this tour by 2 musicians, Sue Arrow who also lives (and performs) in St Annes and plays the melodeon, and Andrew Zagorski who plays the accordion. The musical accompaniment is an integral part of the presentation, as many of the tunes are as old, if not older, than the dances themselves.
The team will be based in Bannalec
near Concarneau, and
present demonstrations of the
dancing at nearby historic Pont Aven
and Riec sur Belon. The town of
New dancers (women only) and musicians are always welcome to join the team, which practises weekly on Thursday evenings at the Assembly rooms in Lytham. Further details can be obtained from Sheila Mugan, telephone 01253 739884.