Welcome to Richmond Branch, Royal Scottish Country Dance Society

Why Scottish Country Dancing?      
It is fun!  It is sociable!  It is good exercise!
At Richmond in North Yorkshire there is a very active, albeit fairly small, Branch. We have a variety of Classes to suit different needs. Every season from September to April we hold weekly mixed ability classes taken by our two teachers. In the summer we hold classes to prepare our dancers for the White Rose Festival in Leeds. Occasionally we have a class on a Sunday afternoon for dancers who wish to be a little more challenged with their dancing.  
We hold Dances and Socials on a regular basis between September and April.

"The Lass of Richmond Hill" can be considered to be our branch dance.  It was devised by our honorary president, Fiona Turnbull.  Here is a video of it being danced by Richmond branch class members.  

The Lass of Richmond Hill (danced by members of the Richmond (N.Yorks) RSCDS branch)

Browse through our site to learn more about the Richmond branch, and what we get up to.  

To find our what has been going on over the past year, have a read of our latest newsletter, available to download below.