Next event: 14 March 2024 - Crookston Hotel, 90 Crookston Road, Glasgow G52 3ND, 12.00 for 12.30 pm.
Our speaker will be Les Lambert. 'A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Mountain.'
Les is a very well known, highly respected branch member, a familiar face at Summer School and has taught Day Schools at home and abroad. He is a popular MC, known for his excellent recapping at Branch dances as well as MC’d at the Childrens’ events and an examiner at the Glasgow Music Festival. He has served in many positions on the branch Committee including Chairman and Newsletter Editor. Currently he is our new Membership Secretary.
At our lunch we will hear of his varied interests beyond Scottish Country Dancing!
The light lunch of: soup, sausage rolls, scones with butter and jam and a selection of cakes, costs £14.95. If possible please pay directly into the branch Account:
Account Name RSCDS Glasgow Branch Sort Code 80-54-01 Account Number 00772964
Please use as reference “SNLN and your name” so that the Branch Treasurer can identify the payment.
It is important that you also send an email to email@example.com telling us [Mo & Maureen] that you intend to come March 14th after you have paid for your lunch directly into the Branch account.
For those unable to pay by bank transfer make your cheque payable to RSCDS Glasgow Branch and send it by 1 March, 2024, [i.e. two weeks before the event] to Mrs M McCrudden, 37 Westbourne Gardens, Glasgow G12 9PF.
We look forward to seeing on Thurs, March 14th - Mo McCrudden and Maureen Daniel
Centenary - Seniors' Celebration 'Afternoon Tea' HOUSE for an ART LOVER, Glasgow,
A most enjoyable afternoon was had by all - for photos see Centenary
News article in Scotsman newspaper
“Ones to watch": Ryan Corbett, a classical accordionist with starring role at King Charles III coronation service” ......see more
To attend any event, for more information or your name added to our list; please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
In 1998, for the 75th Anniversary celebration of RSCDS (Society) and the formation of Glasgow Branch, a group of senior non-dancers plus a few active dancers attended an afternoon tea dance. They all much enjoyed the social aspects of dancing even if no longer able to dance, and wished to meet on a more regular basis. The first official meeting of the Seniors' Group was held in 1999 at the Ewington Hotel organised by Ruth Beattie, assisted by Joyce Turkington and the late Dorothy Paterson.
With the passing of time, this event has evolved into four meetings per year, Spring, Summer, Autumn and a Festive Lunch in December, open to all members of Glasgow Branch. The general format is a light lunch (soup, sandwiches, tea/coffee), followed by musical entertainment and/or a speaker. (The inclusive charge covers the costs of lunch and the meeting.)
Patrick Murray - Sept 2023
Ian Muir - June 2023
Alan MacPherson - April 2023
Margaret Church - Sept 2022
John Carmichael - June 2022
Challenges of the Walter Scott Book - March 2022
Article by Ruth Beatie for Scottish Country Dancer (April 2020)
Festive Lunch - December 2019