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Wheelchair Dance


We are pleased to announce a new and exciting venture starting in Surrey.
Enthusiastic, qualified teachers of wheelchair dance invite you to come dancing, at Alfold Hall every Thursday for an hour in the afternoon.

We cater for all forms of disabilities and you don't necessarily have to be in a wheelchair!

All that is required is that if you are in a wheelchair and unable to propel yourself, that you bring a pusher, but then you can leave the rest to us!

We know of one couple that loved dancing unfortunately one of them suffered a stroke and was confined to a wheelchair.
Wheelchair dancing has enabled this couple and many other couples like them to continue to dance.

So what ever your disability, what ever your experience, whether you are on your own or with a partner, or if you are able bodied or know someone who might be interested, come along, meet new people, dance and most of all have fun!
For further information please call Karen on

01483  419688

who will be only to happy to answer any questions you might have.
Why not give it a go, call today and book your place. We look forward to hearing from you.
Best Wishes    Caroline, Karen & Shirley

PACAR Dance School

Directions to Alfold Hall:-Alfold Hall, Dunsfold Road, Cranleigh, Surrey GU6 8JB (Google Map Link)
Alfold Hall is 10 miles outside the centre of Guildford and should take about 15 minutes. Take the A281 from Guildford towards Horsham. Go through Shalford and Bramley and keep going until you get to Alfold Crossways signposted Alfold and Loxwood. Turn right and right again. Turn left and left again. Alfold Hall is right on that junction, you can just about see the hall over the hedge in the daylight. There is free parking for around 40 cars.


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