Sequence Dancing is one of the most popular forms of traditional ballroom dancing in the UK. It’s a fun and sociable form of dance, and a great hobby for all ages. Always fancied learning how to dance? This guide will teach you everything you need to know before you hit the dance floor!
The Fleetwoods are quite a name in the dance holiday industry; their innovative approach to dance has resulted in the creation of 21 prize-winning sequence dances over the years, most notably being the renowned Sindy Swing.
Here at TLH Leisure Resort, we never tire of hearing fantastic feedback from our guests. We love reading the comment cards, Trip Advisor reviews, posts on social media and emails that are sent to us. A recent guest of ours, visiting on their first ever dance break, loved it so much that they sent us a glowing review and photos, so we could share their enjoyment with you. Continue reading
With dance numbers apparently in decline you may be surprised to learn that Sequence Dancing is probably the most popular form of traditional ballroom dancing in the UK with good regular attendances at local clubs and classes. So, what exactly is sequence dancing and what makes it different? Continue reading
Linedance as we know it today has evolved way beyond its original roots in country and western dancing. Forget the image of cowboy hats and “yee-ha” as these days linedancing is accompanied by a wide variety of music styles, both new and old. As long as it has a regular beat, you can linedance to it! Continue reading
With the thrill of the BBC dance season well and truly upon us, we are particularly excited that one of our own dance hosts here at TLH Leisure Resort, Philip Hurst, will be appearing in a new BBC2 programme due to be screened early in 2016. Continue reading