The Society was formed in 1947 by ex-patriate Scots in the Northwich area. Originally, only Scots or direct descendants of Scots were admitted, but that rule was relaxed over the years to allow anyone with an interest in Scottish Country Dancing to participate.

The functions in the early years covered such diverse celebrations such as St Andrew’s Day, Burns’ Night, Hallowe’en, whist drives, ceilidhs and the like.  Nowadays, the main events are the President’s Night and the Christmas Party, (to which members of other Societies in the area are invited), Burns’ Night and the Cheshire Wyche Ball, held at Sandbach Town Hall.

However, the main focus of the Society is the weekly class which is held at the Parish Rooms, Acton Bridge on Tuesday evenings from 7.30 pm till 9.30 p.m. with a (very welcome) break for a cup of tea and a biscuit around 9.00 p.m.  At £2 a night, it is exceptionally good value for money: where else can you have a night out, with a bite to eat and a dance for such an amount?

All dancers from beginners to the more experienced are welcome. All dances are walked through beforehand as a reminder to everybody.