We usually dance on a Monday evening from May until September outside local pubs, but are in great demand to perform at events and festivals both in England and abroad. We've featured on Ashley Hutchings' (Fairport Convention / Albion Band / Steeleye Span) "Grandson of Morris On" album and in the “Morris On” show.
Why do we do it? Fun, a great social life, keeping our traditional dances thriving, keeping fit, for team-building skills, as a kind of meditation, a chance to play music, an excuse to get to the pub each week... the list goes on and on.
Take a look at our Gallery to see what we get up to. Click on any photo to enlarge it, or to view each year's images as a slideshow.
STOP PRESS: We've spotted a photograph of us, taken at Sidmouth Folk Week 2014, accompanying this article encouraging people (and women in particular) to get involved in morris dancing. We heartily approve!
Slideshow of our 2018 season so far:
Like what you see and fancy having a go?
Our official dancing season runs from May to September, but as you can see from our Programme page, we don't sit on our laurels! We recruit and practice all year round, so if you're interested in joining, you can get more information by emailing us: firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer a fabulous opportunity for women of all ages to dust off their dancing shoes and have a go at our national dance. We promise fun, friendship and frolicks! No obligation to join, just come along and have a go.
Click here to see where you can find us.