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The New Wheelies

new_wheelies_1_small This is Walter Campbell's adult team

The Inverclyders

invercvlyders The ‘Inverclyders’ originally known as, ‘Tail O the Bank’ were formed in 1980 to provide therapy, and recreational activity for wheelchair users, who lived in and around Greenock.  The ‘Inverclyders’ currently have 7 dancers within the team, with one of whom is an original member namely, Agnes McCarney.

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The Funky Fifers

funky fifers Our group was established from June 2006. We have a core group of 7 child wheelchair users but at times include their parents and siblings.We dance most Sunday mornings from 10 - 12 at the Games Hall, Fife Institute, Glenrothes, Fife. We charge £3 per child.
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The Choughs

7 The Choughs Wheelchair Dance Team was formed in 1970 to provide therapy, social activity and recreation for disabled people.  We cover a wide range of dances such as old time, ballroom, disco, modern pop and anything in between.
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The Red Wheelies


We returned from the British Championships in Blackpool with 3 gold, 2 silver and one bronze medal, a great weekend was had by all, we enjoyed getting together with the other teams and meeting friends old and new.

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Wallace Co Wheelchair Dance Group

set_dance_blackpool_08_pop Open to all wheelchair users in the Renfrewshire area, regardless of age or ability.
Volunteers very welcome.
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Concorde Wheelchair Dancers were formed in the 1970’s. We still have one original member with us. Our dance teacher Hilary has been with us for 10 years. Hilary Jewel started coming along because her son Mark was one of our Dancers. Over the years we have had great success at Wheelchair Dance Festivals and have been Regional and National Champions in quite a few of the competitions we have entered.

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