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Commander Crabbe Does the EFDSS need a new name/logo (76* d) RE: Does the EFDSS need a new name/logo 08 Apr 12

Just had a quick scan of the events list and there is nothing there that would drag me all the way to London.

Apart from the regular events such as Camden Clog, Sharps Folk Club, C# Minors, Ceilidh Club, Thursday Dancing Beginners +. Which are all basically London based for Londoners or those within easy striking distance.

The other stuff Like File Gumbo Cajun, Balkan Plus, Society for international folk dancing, Consort de Danse Baroque, Quadrille Club etc which I wouldn't really term as "English" in the true sense. These are in my opinion fairly much enjoyed by the minority in this country. However if anyone knows of a thriving Balkan or Cajun enclave anywhere I will stand corrected.

"English" for me embraces all of England and other english speaking countries. However, apart from the on line content, most of the Events and education classes run by EFDSS at and through C# House would mainly appear to be for those in London and the near surrounds. Maybe someone can give us an itinerary of events in other parts of the UK for those of us who can't make it to London easily and on a regular basis?

Like selby I'm still not going to be seeking membership as there is not much on offer for me.


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