FedExtra Autumn 2017

thumbnail of Newsletter Autumn 2017 Simon Brock takes us on the first stage of his journey to becoming a clog maker, New Esperance celebrate diversity at Pride London and win best parade team, we add to the colour and life of Hull – city of culture with our annual day of dance, Belfagan dodge the showers at the Largs Viking Festival, Crook Morris host a successful DERT in Kendal, plus 25th and 40th birthday celebrations from a number of teams, and lots of festivals both at home and abroad, and more…

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Contents:

04: Welcome to the Autumn issue: a message from the editor
04: Contact your committee: details of how to get in touch
05: President’s prologue: introducing the mastering performance workshop
06: Rivington Morris: 40 years of women’s North West Morris
07: New Esperance at Pride London: winners of Best Parade Team
08: The ‘First’ Bridport Folk Music and Dance Festival: a review by the organiser
09: Ridgeway Step Clog and Garston Gallopers: moving and shaking in Belgium
10: Boss Morris: a new team making tracks into different audiences
12: Dates for your diary: events and workshops coming up in the new year
13: Chelmsford Morris: harnessing the power of local and national press to recruit
14: Becoming a Clog Maker: Simon Brock takes us on the first part of his journey
16: Our AGM Day of Dance: pics of the day in Hull – city of culture
18: Rampant Rooster: braving the storms at Wickham Festival
19: Mayflower Morris: stomping and shaking and enjoying
a year of big days out
20: Bourne Borderers: celebrating 25 years of Border Morris
20: Buttercross Belles: celebrating 25 years of North West Morris in Otley
21: Belfagan Morris: dodging the showers at Largs Viking Festival, Ayrshire
22: NYFTE: can you help give youngsters the opportunity to get to know English folk?
23: National Morris Weekend: a roundup of the event and the winners of the Evesham Stick
24: Crook Morris: proving that the small town of Kendal was up to the challenge of DERT
26: Ellington Morris: dancing and making merry around Lake Garda and beyond
28: Marlings Morris: a French adventure at Le Doulieu Ducasse
29: Hook Eagle Morris: a roundup of events and dance-outs – in pictures
30: Silkstone Greens in Berlin:
an Easter weekend of dancing and friendship
31: Paul White’s Diary: adventures on the road to Hull, and an invite to dance in Cornwall

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Joint Morris Organisations’ Day of Dance 2022

The Joint Morris Organisations’ Day of Dance will take place on Saturday 9th April 2022 in Liverpool City Centre hosted by The Morris Ring in the North West.  This was postponed from 2020 due to the Coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak. For more info click on the link below.

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