The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society, Hamilton and Clydesdale Branch was founded in 1935.
We are one of 170 worldwide dedicated to promote Scottish Country Dancing. The name Hamilton and Clydesdale Branch did not appear until 1948 to indicate the wide area it now serves, including Larkhall, Wishaw, Biggar, Strathaven, Bothwellhaugh, Chapelton and Dalserf.
Scottish Country Dancing is a great way of getting fit, making friends and above all having fun.
Our Branch Class is held in Hamilton Guide Hall, Orchard Street, Hamilton ML3 6PB, every Thursday 7.30pm to 9.30pm.
New members and visitors are always welcome.
We also organise various dances and other social events throughout the year.
If you are interested in joining one of our classes or attending one of our events, please
Pitlochry Weekend 2019
In the absence of live dancing ,
there are always our dances on line.
The Branch Video 19 and Branch Videos pages will recall happy memories.
The Other Videos page shows a variety of dances and recordings from other Dancing Groups.
Please browse the website to discover other new pages that have been added:
Scottish Country Dancing Music
Dancing in Confinement