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Tudor Squares Square Club

Welcome to the TUDOR SQUARES Square Dancing Club Website Pages

Tudor Squares Square Dance Club is where you can enjoy learning and taking part in American Square Dancing.

New Beginners Taster Sessions

TSQ Poster March 2024

Come along and try something different – fun and gentle exercise for the brain and body with friendly people, refreshments provided.

Come along with your partner or bring a friend, family member or neighbour, or come on your own and make new friends.

Lots of laughter and gentle exercise, an easy way to add to your daily steps total!

Why not take the opportunity to enjoy a new form of exercise which is good for both the body and brain, and it’s much more interesting than pounding the streets or the treadmill at the gym to keep fit and healthy.

We have been enthusiastically dancing for many years and new members are always welcome to join us. Most of us never intended to be square dancers but we gave it a go and were amazed how much we enjoyed it. We still make mistakes, but that makes us laugh even more!

It’s called Square Dancing but it’s nothing like “Strictly”. No special clothes needed – just what you are comfortable in – and no fancy footwork so it doesn’t matter if you’ve two left feet!

We welcome you to join us for a  FREE evening on the First Thursday  of the month, between 8pm and 10pm at Highfield Community Centre, Fletcher Way,Hemel Hempstead,HP2 5SB

Next Free Session will be Thursday June 6th @8pm

If you would like more information please call Paul on 07803 752360 or email at paulgodley@gmail.com

We really do hope to see you soon!

Live, Learn, Laugh


A Memorial Dance for James Wyatt

Square Dance event raises £1000 for charity

Several members from Tudor Squares Square Dance Club enjoyed an afternoon and evening dancing at a Memorial Dance for James Wyatt.

Held in Hertingfordbury, on Saturday 30th March, the dance was initially scheduled to take place in Hemel Hempstead but the venue had to be changed because of the high demand for tickets.

Unfortunately James, who was an excellent and very popular Caller, passed away last year and is sadly missed by square dancers throughout the world.

His widow, Brenda and several family members were also present at the dance and it was an amazing tribute to James that over 115 people attended and had a thoroughly enjoyable time dancing to Callers Neil Whiston and Eddie James, meeting up with square dancing friends from around the UK and remembering James Wyatt.

The event, which included a donation and a raffle raised £1,000 which has been donated to Diabetes UK at the request of Brenda.