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The FedExtra magazine was not produced in 2021 & 2022 due to Covid.

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FedExtra 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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FedExtra Summer 2017

Priya Sundar and Lisa Heywood fuse the dance and music of Bharatanatyam and morris, Ron Shuttleworth’s Folk Play Collection is now available to view at Sheffield University, Dr Turberville’s Morris grabs the headlines on St George’s Day in Somerset, Wakefield Morris celebrate their fourth Ossett Beercart, The JMO Day of Dance in pictures, Simon Costin gives an update on The Museum of British Folklore, Mary and Mike Wilson-Jones are honoured at Cecil Sharp House with EFDSS Gold Badges, an introduction to the Fools & Beasts Unconvention for the uninitiated, JKL Videos of Sidmouth Folk Festival 1987-2004 are now available on DVD, plus Paul White’s Diary, Leek Morris visit Italy, and four more teams turn 40!

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FedExtra Winter/Spring 2017

Bob Dunlop marks the centenary of the death of historian, folklorist, and archaeologist Percy Manning, Cardiff Ladies invite teams to keep the Llareggub Tradition alive, Oyster Girls, Rumworth Morris, Bare Bones Border, Invicta, and Oyster Morris all celebrate significant birthdays, NYFTE is looking for invites to dance in 2018, Leap to your Feet pay tribute to musician Debbie Howard, plus a review of the rebooted Dancing England, Goathland get a new community hub, and lots of reports of successful dance outs both in the UK and overseas.

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