circle dancing with Cindy Kelly and Adrian Pointon

Summer in Snowdonia!

Circle dance holiday

with Cindy Kelly and Adrian Pointon

Sunday 14th – Wednesday 17th June 2020

We are delighted to return to the beautiful Trigonos centre in Snowdonia. From afternoon tea on Sunday to after lunch on Wednesday we will have plenty of time both to dance and to relax. The dances will be a mixture of traditional and choreographed dances.

Trigonos is an environmentally friendly centre in Snowdonia. It is situated in the beautiful Nantlle Valley with stunning views of Snowdon and the Nantlle Ridge. Trigonos has 18 acres of gardens and grounds, including lakeside meadows and woodland for time outdoors and unwinding. See their website for details. We have exclusive use of Trigonos so everyone can have a single room if they want one.

Teaching for over 20 years, Cindy and Adrian are renowned for their enthusiasm and energy; they bring a sense of joy to the dance. They combine clear teaching styles with a sense of humour and have the ability to create a more reflective atmosphere in which they enable groups to explore the spiritual aspects of the dance

The cost is £470 for an en-suite room and £425 for a non en-suite room. The cost is fully inclusive of accommodation, our teaching fee and all food which is freshly prepared, simple, nourishing and enjoyable, with much produce being home grown. Non-dancing partners are welcome at a cost of £345 for an en-suite room and £300 for a non en-suite room.

Dancing places are limited to 21 so please book early to secure your place, contact


Please consider taking out holiday insurance for this event as all deposits and subsequent payments are non-refundable unless we can fill your place. If you have an annual travel insurance policy, it may already cover this event.


Please indicate if you would prefer an en-suite or non en-suite room, which will be allocated in order of booking.

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