|On:||Sunday 16th June 2018|
Mixed Cotswold morris side from Salisbury. Mostly dance in th style of Oddington and Ilmington. Recently celebrated our 35th anniversary.
Ladies Clog/North West side based in Taunton. Green dress with red-fronted waistcoat with pale green back. Black stockings and black clogs. (Some dances use black shoes). Garland dances use decorated hoops.
Maenads come from Lenham in Kent. We dance our own versions of border styled dances.
Northgate Rapper are Bath’s finest, and only, male sword dancing team. They perform high energy rapper dances in any pubs that will let them in.
Mixed Border Morris side from Sussex, with stories embedded in their performances. Black tatter jackets with yellow or red stripe. Individual masks.
Molly dancers, mixed side from Bournemouth. Dancers wear a highly individual mix of yellow, black and magenta costume.
The Tattered Court
The Tattered Court are a mixed Border side from Cheltenham, dancing intricate and complicated dances.
Ladies North West morris team from Harrow. Blue dress and mill girl's hat, red apron. Whitethorn celebrated their 40th birthday in September 2017.
West Moors Middle School
The children from West Moors Middle School have been learning a Border Morris dance. Timetable is still provisional.
Blackrock School of Irish Dance
Irish dancers aged between 3-18, based is Yeovil. Dresses are traditional with lovely Celtic embroidery, all made by hand.
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.
Female side from Poole. Red/mustard yellow/black tatter jackets. Faces painted as tigers. Named after a tank regiment!
Ladies Cotswold Morris team dancing with colourful hankies and 3 sizes of sticks based in Holt village, Wiltshire, near Bradford on Avon and Bath.
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