Expired Open Dancing Session – All Welcome & Free Coaching

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  •  Monday, April 24, 2017
     7:15 pm - 8:30 pm

Rachel and the Fishbourne Team will be hosting a free informal session and offering coaching for moves across any of our courses, including the strolls.

Everybody is welcome regardless of experience or ability, whether you have taken all or none of our courses and no partners required! Music will be playing throughout so you can put your steps into practice even if you don’t have any specific questions.

We’ll invite all current and past dancers, so a chance for old friends from the Chichester Swingeasy days and the courses over the last few years to relive some wonderful moments at this venue.

This slot will be used for a series of Tandem Charleston mini-courses starting in May, more details on this link.

Venue:   Chichester, The Fishbourne Centre

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Address:
46, Blackboy Lane, Fishbourne, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 8BE, United Kingdom

Description:

Travel to the Venue

The Venue is The Fishbourne Centre on Blackboy Lane in Fishbourne PO18 8BE
Firstly, please make sure you come to the right place – the venue is signposted but Blackboy Lane is a small country lane and easily missed!¬†Unless you know the back roads well it’s best to head along the A259 which is the A-road to Emsworth road from Chichester Tesco’s roundabout (avoiding the A27).

From the Chichester end of the A259, the turning for Blackboy Lane is on the right hand side as you leave the village, the venue is named on the signpost. The entrance to the venue is on the right hand side after a quarter of a mile just before the level crossing, there is a large car park.

Parking

Main car park is directly outside the Main Building. There is also overflow parking by the entrance off Blackboy Lane.

Finding The Hall

We use the Main Hall, directly in front of you once entering the building.

Other Venue Details

There is ample parking and a licenced bar, which we are encouraged to use.