Contacts

Squire: Annie Clark or Rob Picton
squire@barleybrigg.org.uk

Dance Leader: Janet Fendley
dance@barleybrigg.org.uk

Treasurer: Pat Taylor
treasurer@barleybrigg.org.uk

Music Director: Ade Brown
music@barleybrigg.org.uk

Website (design & content): Rob Picton
webmaster@barleybrigg.org.uk

If you would like to book us for your pub or for an event, please contact the Squire

Have a Go!

Why not come and join us? We meet regularly over the winter for a chat and a practice, adjourning to the pub afterwards. Then, over the summer, it's out and about at some great places, dancing and making merry. You don't need to be super fit - just a stout heart and a stouter pair of shoes will do. If you would like to talk about what's involved, e-mail the Squire, or you are welcome to just turn up- Wednesday evenings in Yoxford Village Hall, 8-10pm from mid-September to April: 

Yoxford Village Hall- Old High Road, Yoxford, Suffolk  IP17 3HN -just off the A12 in Yoxford, north of Saxmundham


We will be welcoming new dancers to any Wednesday evening session from 13th September 2017 through to the end of October (not 4th October- AGM!!). If you come along during at these times it is very likely you will be dancing out with us the following April!

But you are of course welcome at any time to get an idea of what is involved.


We're a friendly bunch and always enjoy meeting new people. Even in our spare time, we regularly do things together. 

It's not all that strenuous but it will keep you fit. Our regular training sessions through the winter - not forgetting the pub afterwards - and the performances we give through the summer will do enough to tone up those muscles and improve your general fitness. And what better way to do it than with a group of friends.

We're always looking for musicians. No matter what your standard of playing, you'll always find a welcome - from melodeons and accordion to guitars, percussion or just about anything else, we'd love to have you along. Our current line up includes all of these plus mandolin, whistles, flute, and an occasional brass instrument.

One of the real pleasures of dancing is touring away from home. People are fascinated by us and we reguarly get large crowds watching us whenever we stop. Plus we get a great holiday!


Enkhuizen, Netherlands August 2012