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The Sunday Class
Taught/practised on:
THE BONNIE BEAULY BLOOMS (R8x32) Leslie Broughton  Highlander Coll. 1  1- 4 1s set & cast 1 place while 2s set & cross up LH while 3s set & cross RH  5- 8 1s lead down middle & cast up round 3 rd  place into centre (LSh to LSh) while 2s+3s dance ½ R&L (RH on sides to start)  9-16 1s dance RH across (1L with 3s at top & 1M with 2s) & end 2 nd  place own sides, 1s dance ½ Diag R&L while 3L+2M chase clockwise ½ way (2)(1)(3) 17-24 1s dance LH across (1M with 2s & 1L with 3s), 1s dance ½ Diag R&L while 3L+2M chase anticlockwise ½ way 25-32 3s+1s+2s dance Allemande
2010 April 25 th
‘C’est un beau lieu’, from the French ‘what a beautiful place’, was Mary Queen of Scots reaction to the grandeur of the scene when she stayed in Beauly, (Byoo-lee) 10 miles west of Inverness, in the 16th century, and local tradition credits the naming of the village to her. The village has a well-deserved reputation for its top-class floral displays. During the summer the window boxes, hanging baskets and flower beds are a wonderful sight and clearly show why Beauly was a worthy winner of the Large Village in Bloom competition for the whole of the UK.