Castle Clog

Castle Clog

Step Clog Dancing Group


Who are we?

We are a small group of men and women who get together to do Step Clog Dancing. We practice every fortnight in Stourbridge, West Midlands (UK). Beginners and more experienced dancers are always welcome.

What is step clog dancing?

Step clog dancing is a traditional form of dance. It is like tap dancing. The dance is done in wooden soled clogs to traditional music.

Where do we practice?

We practice at the Stourbridge Children and Families Centre (the former Beauty Bank School), Forge Road, just off Enville Street in Stourbridge, postcode DY8 1XF. Practice takes place every fortnight on a Wednesday evening starting at 8.00p.m. And finishing at 9.30 p.m.. Practice nights this year (2017) start on 4th January.

What else do we do?

We hold occasional workshops where people from outside the group are invited to learn dances with us. We perform at local places of interest and events. We go to folk events dance around the country.

Contact details

If you would like more information or would like us to dance at your event please contact



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BBC Magazine article on Clog Dancing




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