Summer Solstice Ceilidh at Glenridding Village Hall

Glenridding Village Hall
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Come celebrate the longest day of the year with us at Glenridding Village Hall and raise some money for the Great North Air Ambulance!

Put on your dancing shoes and get ready for a night of traditional music, lively dancing, fundraising games and entertainment. Whether you’re a seasoned ceilidh pro or a newbie, everyone is welcome to join in the fun.

Don\’t worry if you don’t know the steps – there will be a caller to guide you through each dance. So grab your friends and family, and let\’s make this Summer Solstice one to remember!

There will be soft drinks available, a raffle and some tasty snacks and cakes . Bring your own alcoholic drink if you wish.

Get your tickets in advance.

  • Adults: £12
  • Under 18s: £7
  • Under 5s:
  • Free Discounts available for families or groups of 10 or more, contact us directly for more information.
Glenridding Village Hall
Door open at 7:30pm
Ends by 11:30pm

22nd June 2024
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Lakeland Retreats do not run this event. For accurate, up to date information, please contact the organiser.
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