Matt's twirlin' 2 steppers

Established 4th November 2016

(Site last updated 17th May 2019)


A new issue of Twirlin Times has been published and it's a bumper issue, click on the image to the left to take you to a downloadable copy for your devices or to just print off


March sees the return of "All Dance Friday" on the last Friday of a month, we will enjoy a fun filled evening of dancing for all levels of dancers, on these evenings there will no teaching just plenty of practice

Matt's Official Images for Posters

We have put 4 images that anyone can use on posters to advertise event's that Matt is cueing at just click on one of these images to take you to the page

Beginners start rumba

Last week at club our Cha Cha Beginners started to look at Rumba, they did fantastically well and didn't seemed phased at all by the change of rhythm. (Click on the picture for some help on Rumba)

Winter extravaganza 5


So we can proudly announce the line up for next years Winter Extravaganza on the 11th January 2020; "Drum Role Please" - Our callers are Paul Bristow, Neil Whiston and Emma Horsfield calling Mainstream and Plus, joining them cueing rounds will be our own Matt Baldry. As per usual all the calling and cueing staff are giving their time freely and the hall costs have been donated by a couple dancers so every penny taken will go to Prostate Cancer UK.

We can also announce that on the 16th January 2021, Paul Bristow will be Joined by The Forest Band as well as Matt Baldry for Winter Extravaganza 6, again all their time has been given freely and the hall cost has been met by a different couple of dancers


This years Winter Extravaganza saw Paul Bristow and Matt joined by The Forest Band, Chris and Peter. Along with 12 squares of dancers.

We raised £1675.13p for Prostate Cancer UK bringing our 4 year total to over £8,000.

We would like to say a HUGE THANKYOU to all those who helped and supported us.

New Beginners Course A Huge Success

Our Newbies are going from strength to strength, only this week (15th Feb) they started to look at Rumba