|On:||Saturday 7th June 2018|
|Where:||High St, By Mill Lane|
Maenads come from Lenham in Kent. We dance our own versions of border styled dances.
Female side from Poole. Red/mustard yellow/black tatter jackets. Faces painted as tigers. Named after a tank regiment!
Ladies Cotswold side from Bristol/Bath area. Also do stave dances, which originate from the Friendly Societies (early form of insurance companies).
Knights of King Ina
Specialists in solo and duet Cotswold Jigs. Costumes are a personal combination of black and white.
Men's Cotswold morris team from Bournemouth. White shirt and trousers. Blue and gold baldric with horse brass at front centre and two fish on back.
The Fabulous Fezheads are Englands Premier Sand Dance Illusionists, either that, or an engaging bunch of lunatics who dance while swapping hats!
Order of the Phoenix
A group of pupils from Allenbourn Middle School hope to show you a traditional dance from Preston in Lancashire, with their own twist.
Ladies North West Morris side from Bournemouth. Blue dresses with pink apron. Blue clogs. Blue and pink hoops.
Bradninch Millers Morris
Mixed side from Devon who dance various traditions (Cotswold, Wessex Stave, Border, Molly and Bradninch broom dance) from different regions.
Ladies North West morris team from Harrow. Blue dress and mill girl's hat, red apron. Whitethorn celebrated their 40th birthday in September 2017.
New Forest Meddlars
Mixed Morris dance side, formed in 1990 and based in Lyndhurst in the New Forest.
Ladies North West morris side from the Isle of Wight. Green dress with red/gold frill, green clogs.
Tatters and Tails Border Morris
We are a Mixed Border Morris team from Bath, we are up for a laugh, with lots of energy, lots of dancing and lots of drinking!
Ladies North West Morris side from Sidmouth in Devon. Dark Blue skirt, red apron, red/white/blue ribbons. Navy clogs.
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