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EADA The English Amateur Dancesport Association
EADA Provides support and Representation for Amateur Dancers at all levels in England
EADA is the only official National Governing Body for English Dancers in England. We are recognised as a NGB by Sport England.
EADA is a Corporate Member of the British Dance Council
EADA is a Corporate Member of the Sports and Recreation Alliance (Movement & Dance Division)
Due to Covid and the disruption to Dancing activities EADA has agreed to allow membership of EADA to be completely free for the period up to the 31st August 2021 commencing on the 1st January 2021.
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Membership application and payments are online for 2021
10 Year Membership can be purchased for £90.00
21st October 2020
This link will take you to the latest government guidance on the safe use of Dance facilities.
28th August 2020
We are delighted to announce that EADA has a new Patron, the Marquess of Sandford, Lord David Douglass. Most competitors will be familiar with David, as a stalwart adjudicator, who regularly graces the judging panels of the 'Sunday circuit' as well as the more illustrious championships.
He has been part of the dance world for more than 60 years, over which time he has gathered great understanding and insight into the running of the ballroom and Latin dance environment - as a competitor, teacher, Fellow and Examiner of the Allied Dancing Association, founder member of the Dance Promoters Association and executive committee member of the British Dance Federation.
His guidance and support is a real boon to English amateur dancers and to our association.
Photo courtesy of Norman Large.
24th June 2020
Sport and Recreation Alliance CEO, Lisa Wainwright responds to the latest government announcement which confirms that indoor leisure and sport facilities will remain closed.
The issue of Amateur dancers teaching is contentious, but EADA supports the ability of Amateurs to teach under the rules of the BDC. This ability in this modern world is of benefit to both the Amateur dancer and to those they teach. However such an ability is open to abuse by both Professional and Amateur.
We believe the EADA Coaching Scheme would be invaluable in regulating this issue.
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Latest government guidance for covid 19 grassroots guidance for the public and sports providers
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