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Easter House Party

Monday 26 Mar 4pm — Friday 30 Mar 10am, 2018

To make a booking enquiry please complete the form below. We will contact you to confirm availability and complete your booking.

Course Enquiry

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Pricing

Full board per person (all meals, accommodation, activities):

  • £340 – single ensuite room
  • £309 – sharing an ensuite room
  • £309 – single non-ensuite room
  • £278 – sharing non-ensuite room

Camping per person (all meals, and activities):

  • £206

Non Resident (all meals except breakfast, and activities:)

  • £191

A fun and friendly ‘House Party’ for all who enjoy folk dancing and playing and want to try a range of dance styles. There will be dance workshops each morning, afternoons are free to explore this lovely area or take a ramble in the Quantock Hills. There’s a dance each evening with the occasional music session and sing-around in the bar afterwards.

Who’s it For?

Whatever your level of experience in dancing and/or playing, come and enjoy a convivial few days with like minded people. Bring a friend, bring the whole family, it’s a lovely place for an Easter break.

The Team

Pete and Marj Hendy have run folk events for over twenty five years, at a variety of venues, including dance holidays, Folk Camps and here at Halsway Manor. They have called at numerous clubs and festivals (including, Sidmouth, Chippenham, Broadstairs and Eastbourne). With their extensive repertoire of English and American dances and their lively approach they aim to give everyone an enjoyable experience.

Music is provided by Meg’n’Mor – a group born out of a previous Halsway residential organised by Meg and, such was the instant success of their music, named in her honour! Although a new band, Meg’n’Mor combines the highly experienced dance musicians Meg Winters from  Momentum on guitar, Heather Bexon from Stowfolk on accordion and Jane Harrison, who formerly played in Alterations, on fiddle. Their repertoire, enriched by all three being expert dancers immersed in folk music from an early age, ranges from 1650s English tunes to modern tunes for Contra dancing with strong northern influences as well as Heather’s own compositions.

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