dance group says rumours of its demise are untrue
Burnham-based dance group has this week scotched rumours that
it is folding.
Coastal Cloggers, who perform Appalachian Clogging at events such
as Burnham's annual FolkFest (pictured), have acted to reassure
local people that they are still up and running.
there have been a few rumours
spreading around the area that The Coastal Cloggers have folded,
but we would like to reassure everyone that this isn't true and
we are still very much alive and dancing," leader Linda Bond
The group holds weekly clogging sessions every Monday at 7pm
in Burnham's Baptist Church in College Street. Newcomers are welcome
and people can find out more by calling Linda on 01278 780533.
Appalachian Clogging is a traditional percussive step dance described
as a lively, improvisatory dance that encompasses elements of
English, Irish, African-American, and Native American foot-work
and rhythms accompanied by old-time music.