This is reproduced from a facebook post by Lisa Heywood that was shared on the Folk in Oxford's facebook page.
Hi everyone  While the gigging's been quiet this summer I've been working on putting together some ceilidh resources! I'm particularly focussing on resources for people who are interested in learning about non-gendered ceilidh calling, after hearing from a few callers that they were interested in giving it a go but weren't sure where to start, so I've put together:
  1. A series of blogs with non-gendered dance instructions (
  2. A page that brings together various non-gendered dance resources from across the internet (
I hope folks find it useful, and please feel free to message me if you have any comments or feedback. At the moment the resources are mostly aimed at callers/organisers, but I'd love to know if there's any information that dancers might also find useful to be added!
Happy dancing 

Dance Club Meetings:

The Oxfordshire Folk Dance Association reports on their website that most of their dance clubs have restarted but that you should check with the individual clubs if intending to go:


As part of  Folk Weekend On Tour: Faringdon on October 9th, Oxfolk are holding an outdoor ceilidh in the Marketplace with The Little Big Canal Dance Band and Jane Bird calling. Further details her:


Several morris sides have or are in thge process of restarting practices.

There will be live morris dancing a part of  Folk Weekend On Tour: Faringdon on October 9th (11.30am till 4pm)
See them in the Market Place, outside the Folly Pub, and in the Swan unofficial garden on Park Road.

 More details here


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