About the RSCDS and Scottish Country Dancing
The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society was founded in 1923 to promote the standards of Scottish Country Dancing. Initially known as the Scottish Country Dance Society, the title "Royal" was conferred upon the Society in 1951.
Today it has branches all over the world, offering classes for all levels from beginners to experienced dancers. Scottish Country Dancing can be enjoyed by everyone. You don't have to be Scottish. There are hundreds of different dances ranging from simple dances for beginners and children to more complex dances which challenge the experienced dancer both physically and mentally. It is an excellent way to keep fit and make new friends.
Why don't you try it for yourself?
For more information about the RSCDS visit the RSCDS website.
This page was last updated on 22 May 2015