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Tandridge Photographic Society hoping to snap up new members
Article Image   TANDRIDGE Photographic Society hopes to snap up new members.The group, which meets in locations in Godstone, begins its new season on September 10.Its programme includes illustrated talks and lectures, competition nights and tutorial evenings.The...
Article Image   More East Surrey countryside could be licensed for fracking
PARTS of rural East Surrey could be licensed for fracking.Energy firms already hold licences covering large...
Article Image   Charity's search for Surrey recipients of Second World War care...
A CHARITY which sent care packages to families in Surrey after the Second World War is searching for the...
Article Image   Nostalgia: Reunion for members of Monotype's football club
NEXT month a reunion of a football club started up by Monotype – one of Redhill's biggest employers in...
Article Image   Horley ten-year-old shortlisted in national writing competition
A young writer from Horley has been named a runner-up in a national writing competition.Abigail Field, a...
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East Surrey athletes prepare for Sainsbury's 2015 School Games
Article Image   REDHILL-BASED fencer Alys Edwards, Oxted Hockey Club's Rob Durling and Reigate Grammar School runner Sophie Elliss will be among the 32 athletes representing Surrey at the Sainsbury's 2015 School Games this week. The county's rising sports stars are...
Article Image   Colbran quits Chipstead after winless start to the season
SIMON Colbran has resigned as manager of Chipstead after their 1-0 defeat to Rochester United in the FA Cup...
Article Image   Hundreds enjoy cricketing masterclass at Banstead
ABOUT 750 people descended on Banstead Cricket Club yesterday (Friday) for a chance to see some legends of the...
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1940s & 50s Jitterbug, Jive & Swing Dance classes
Everything's Jumpin' is a dance club with weekly classes in Kingston in Surrey dedicated to 1940s and 1950s style Jitterbug and Swing Dance. Everything's Jumpin' dancers, ranging in age from teenagers to grandparents, come from all walks of life and and are united by their love of the fun of jive and swing dancing. You may be a complete beginner or maybe you've tried Lindy Hop, Rock n Roll, West Coast Swing, Ballroom or even Modern Jive. Now come and learn the most fun dance style from the Jive and Swing Dance family - 1940s style Jitterbug - everyone's welcome! We do not run courses where you have to book and pay in advance. With Everything's Jumpin' you can start dancing at any time throughout the year at our pay-as-you-go drop-in classes and miss a week of you need to. You don't need to bring a partner as everyone rotates throughout the class so you'll soon be dancing and making friends. Wear whatever you're comfortable in and secure shoes with soles that will allow you to turn. Every Monday • Doors open 7.15pm Session 1 Beginners Jive 7.30pm-8.45pm Session 2 Improvers/Intermediates Jive 8.45pm-9.30pm Session 3 Freestyle time till 10.30pm - everyone welcome! Kingston Workmen's Club, 25 Old London Road, Kingston, Surrey KT2 6ND Kingston Workmen's Club is tucked away behind the "Falling Down Telephone Boxes" sculpture, Wilkinsons and Travelodge. This venue has its own bar, so please do NOT bring your own drinks. It's just a few minutes walk from Kingston bus and train stations or, if you're driving in, there is parking in the nearby Cattle Market or Fairfield car parks or some on-street parking bays with meters in Old London Road itself.
Authentic 40's/50's Jive Lessons in Surrey with Vintage Jive
We teach American style 50's rock and roll and 40's G.I Jive We teach to the sounds of the time and aim to get you jiving, not just dancing Style is unique, taught to my father and handed down the family from the GIs. Fun, friendly, no pressure to learn quickly. No course fees up fron, just pay weekly. first half rock and roll, break for strolling, chatting and free tea or coffee (bar available if preferred) second half GI jive. £6.00 a week 8pm - 10pm South Holmwood club, Warwick road, South Holmwood, Dorking RH54NP (off A24) 07854 621522 - vintagejive@hotmail.co.uk
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