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|Bell's Angels||Cotswold||Ladies Cotswold team, sister side to Holt Morris. Brightly coloured hankies, black trousers, polka dot waistcoats.||Y||Y|
|Bradninch Millers Morris||Cotswold, Border, Stave, Molly, Broom||Mixed team from Devon, performing Stave Cotswold, Border and Molly dances, wearing black shirts, trousers and top hats, with short blue/white/turquoise tatter jackets or sash. Staves have brass crowns on the tip.|
|Festus Derriman||cotswold||Cotswold morris side from Upwey near Weymouth. Name after a character in a Thomas Hardy novel. White trousers, short green and yellow tatter jacket. Men: white shirt + top hat. Women: green shirt, straw hat. One green sock, one yellow.|
|Footnotes||Appalachian||Appalachian dancers from Chippenham, Wiltshire. Each dancer wears a plain dress in a different colour.||Y||Y|
|Hobo's Morris||Border||Female border morris side from Poole. Red/yellow/black tatter jackets. Faces painted as tigers. Named after a tank regiment!|
|Hunter's Moon||Border||Mixed Border Morris side from Eastbourne, Sussex. Black and silver tatter jackets. Decorated top hats.|
|Knickerbocker Glory||Appalachian||Mixed Appalachian team form Alton, Hampshire. Blue skirts (yellow trim), black stockings, patchwork-style waistcoats.||Y|
|Knights of King Ina||Jigs||Specialists in solo and duet Cotswold Jigs. Costumes are a personal combination of black and white.||Y||Y|
|Spank the Planks||Appalachian||Appalachian team from Bournemouth. Blue or purple check dresses with quilted panel on bodice.||Y||Y|
|Zdravetz||Bulgarian||Bulgarian Dance group performing traditional 'Horos' (circle dances) and dressed in traditional village costume.||Y|