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English Country Dancing for 60 years in the village of Adlington in North West England
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The Local Area
Adlington Village Hall
Adlington Parish Council for details about forthcoming events in the village and the history of Adlington.
Adlington Hall
Lyme Park provides one of the most famous country-house images in England - the backdrop of the meeting of Darcy and Elizabeth in Pride and Prejudice.
Poynton village website.
Woodford Centre
Dean Row Village Hall
St Michael and All Angels, Bramhall
St Peter's, Hazel Grove

Dance Groups
Furness Vale Country Dance Club

The English Folk Dance and Song Society is one of the leading folk development organisations in the UK with a history dating back to 1898.
Hawk Green Folk Dance Club meets at The Reading Room, Upper Hibbert Lane, Hawk Green, Marple every Friday at 8.00 p.m.
Adlington Morris Men perform a full programme throughout the spring and summer, comprising dances drawn mainly from those originating in the Cotswold and surrounding villages. Members and former members of Adlington Morris Men also perform the Alderley Mummers Play.
Ormskirk Folk Dance Club

Dance Information
Set and Turn Single provides a listing of dance events, in ‘English’ tradition which includes English country dance, ‘Playford’ style dances, contra dances and ceilidhs.
Lancashire Folk provides, amongst other things, a list of dance events in Lancashire and surrounding areas.
Mersey & Deeside Folk is a co-ordinating group for ten local folk dancing clubs in Northwest England and their website provides, amongst other things, a list of dances in the Mersey and Deeside and surrounding areas.
Leeds Contra Dance is another site that provides, amongst other things, a list of dance events in Yorkshire and surrounding areas.
The Fain Music / Pemberley Players website provides details of the Pride and Prejudice Collection CDs and the Pemberley Players who have provided the music at numerous costume balls. The website also includes a list of video clips illustrating some commonly used country dance figures.