FedExtra Summer 2016

Edwin Dyson explains why he’s rebooting Dancing England, Dartmoor Morris rocket to fame with gluten-free sausages, Priston Jubilee Morris go out with a bang after 39 years, Tony Forster sets out the first part of his polemic: Burn Your Baldrics!, some fantastic photos from the JMO day of dance hosted in York by Minster Strays, plus the usual roundup of birthday and annual May Day celebrations that have been keeping everyone busy through the early part of the year.

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Contents:

04: Welcome to the Summer issue: a message from the editor
04: Contact your committee: details of how to get in touch
05: President’s prologue: JMO day of dance and upcoming Morris Fed improvements
06: Jack in the Green: an overview of the 33rd annual spring festival in Hastings
08: English Folk Costume Archive: a collection storing and caring for folk costumes
09: “I didn’t know women were allowed to do that!”: our 40th photo exhibition
10: Dancing England Rebooted: Edwin Dyson explains why he is reviving an old event
12: Shropshire Morris: a day of dance for morris sides from across Shropshire
12: Diary Dates: don’t forget our day of dance and AGM in Nottingham on Sat 24 Sept
14: JMO National Day of Dance: photos from this year’s event hosted by Minster Strays
16: Dartmoor Border Morris: gluten-free sausages rocket a Devonshire team to fame
17: Priston Jubilee Morris: out with a bang after 39 years of local dance
18: Burn Your Baldrics! Part 1: did the revival bring about the mockery of the morris?
20: Hook Eagles: pictures of their day of dance to start their 25th season
21: Historical Dance Society conference: the Histories of the Morris in Britain
22: May Day Revelries: Three Shires Morris, Rampant Rooster & Fiddlesticks NW
24: Oyster Morris: 40 years of dancing, culminating in a year of celebrations
25: Screeming Banshees: tips to new teams on getting started and finding new members
27: Paul White’s Diary: getting it right – in dancing, kit, and general presentation
28: Morris Federation Goods and Merchandise: from books to bells, we’ve got it covered

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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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