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Newsletter Summer 2011

Once again the morris welcomes in the May with dancing at remote and unpopulated locations at an ungodly hour for those who really like to get into the spirit of things, or to the masses at festivals, fetes and such like. Some sides have already travelled to foreign parts, and many are planning to do so during the summer. Apart from these, and other regular features, the Summer Newsletter includes ideas on recruitment and training, the place of traditional dance in fiction, and much more!

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Newsletter Spring 2011

Mummers and wassailers didn’t let the weather curb their customary appearance over the festive season, the Cheltenham Folk Festival in February brought morris dancers out on the streets again, there’s a new side in Adderbury to look forward to at the village day of dance in April, and Great Western have persuaded Roy Dommett to come out of retirement to lead a workshop in Exeter.

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Newsletter Winter 2010

The Sticklepath Strangler, M.O. Recruitment Conference, Paul White’s moving memories, Lincoln Morris Day, Betty’s ‘Gels’, Where it’s all happening, SVM Rapper Video, Event-ful years, 20th anniversaries, Sticks to ashes, Yorkshire Chandelier, Myles Away

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Newsletter Autumn 2010

Betty Reynolds – an appreciation, Tinner’s Rabbits, Youthful enthusiasm, Great Western’s 40th, Red Cogs in Baldock, Paul White beside the sea, John Kirkpatrick interview, What’s in a name, Flagcrackers of Craven, Abroad for pleasure, A Ragged and Old summer, A grave moment

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Newsletter Summer 2010

JMO Day of Dance, Interview: Hexhamshire Lasses, Kettle Bridge across the pond, Following father’s footsteps, Paul White’s flag cracking time, Oh to be a mummer, Fresh rapping, Hands around Gorkha, St George’s Day and May Day, Workshop reports

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Joint Morris Organisations’ Day of Dance 2016

The JMO Day of Dance is a collaborative event organised in turn by one of the three morris organisations in the UK – The Morris Federation, The Morris Ring, and Open Morris. The day of dance is a celebration of morris and traditional dancing held annually at a different location around the UK.

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Morris Federation Day of Dance and AGM 2016

The Morris Federation and Mortimer’s Morris extend a warm welcome to all members of the Federation to join us in a day of dance in Nottingham on Saturday 24 September 2016, followed by the Morris Federation AGM at 4.30pm (4pm sign-in) at the Canalhouse. Please note that applications to the day of dance are now closed, but all members are still welcome to come and watch the dancing and to join us at the AGM.

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Morris Federation Day of Dance and AGM 2017

The Morris Federation, Green Ginger Garland, Beverley Garland, Makara Morris, and Rackaback Morris invite all members to join us in a day of dance on Saturday 23 September 2017, as part of the Hull City of Culture. The day of dance will be followed by the Morris Federation AGM.

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Joint Morris Organisations’ Day of Dance 2017

The JMO Day of Dance is a collaborative event organised in turn by one of the three morris organisations in the UK – The Morris Federation, The Morris Ring, and Open Morris. The day of dance is a celebration of morris and traditional dancing held annually at a different location around the UK.

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