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All meetings take place at The Scottish Hall, 80 Shelbourne Road, Bournemouth BH8 8QZ
We have a special floor for dancing and to protect it, we must ask ladies not to wear high heels or stilettos

Thursday 18th April – Coffee Morning & ‘Consequences’ with Wendy (change to printed programme)
Thursday 25th April – Coffee Morning & Fitness & Fun for all abilities with Nicola (change to printed programme)
Thursday 2nd May– Coffee Morning & Making Greetings Cards with Marion (change to printed programme)

Scottish Country Dancing resumed on 8th April and the last Dancing evening this season is expected to be on 20th May.
Mondays 7.30pm – 9.30pm – Tea/coffee included.
Partners not essential. £4.50 per evening.
First time with us? Entry free!
Dance Yourself FIT!!  Come and ENJOY

Society Meetings See Diary 

Thursdays at 10.30am to 12 noon and Special events usually at 7.45pm
Members £4, non-members £4.50 – including light refreshments
See Diary for the details of what is taking place each Thursday.

Heritage Meetings

Fourth Saturday in the Month at 2.30pm
A light and interesting Scottish Heritage Discussion
Contact Robin or Marion Searle for next Meeting 01425 477813 or
E: robin.marion@btinternet.com

Friday Evening Quiz

A Friday Evening Quiz online (using Zoom), led and compiled by Iain; starting at 7pm. Please contact Iain (see Who’s Who page for contact details) if you are, or may be, interested in taking part.
He will then send you the link to ‘click’ on the night so that you can join in. Some people are ‘regulars’ and others join in when they can.


Several Caledonian Society members join Paul Woods and others for a ‘Country Walk finishing with a Lunch‘. Contact Paul Woods, who organises and leads the walks for details of the next one! They are often monthly and usually take place on a Tuesday. You can join them for the walk, the walk and lunch or just the lunch. However it is essential to let Paul know prior to the day of the walks
Email: paultonywoods@gmail.com
See Walks page for photographs from some of the walks

updated 11/4/24

IN BRIEF: The Society, created in 1907, is comprised of Scots families, together with those of Scottish descent keen to retain their culture and heritage. In addition we welcome ALL, who simply enjoy things Scottish