The application form for optional Personal Accident insurance is now available to all renewed members. Please download the form and send it directly to Michael Stimpson with the relevant payment to arrive no later than 19th January 2019.
Full details of The Morris Federation’s Mastering Performance Workshop Weekend are now available on our Events Page, including an online booking form.
The weekend, which is based at North Muskham Village Hall, will cover both dance and music workshops for traditional and evolved Cotswold on Saturday, traditional and evolved North West on Sunday, plus discussion groups on related subjects both days.
The cost before 31st March is £20 per day and £40 for the full weekend, which includes refreshments and lunch, plus Saturday evening meal with full weekend tickets. Tickets are currently only available to Morris Federation members, but will be open to all from 1st April when the cost will increase to £25 per day and £50 for the full weekend – so please book early to ensure both a place and discounted ticket!
If you have any queries please contact Melanie at firstname.lastname@example.org
The official archive of Morris Matters, dating back to January 1978, is now available to view online and/or download from our resources section.
Included in the archive is a special collection of articles written by Roy Dommett, which were originally published in Morris Matters.
Please note that Morris Matters is not published by The Morris Federation and is not part of our membership package, so to subscribe, send a review or other contribution, please contact Beth Neill using the contact form on the Morris Matters archive page.
New Esperance Morris are planning a ‘Festival of Morris’ in London over the weekend of 21-23 September 2018, to coincide with The Morris Federation AGM.
Cecil Sharp House in Camden Town will be the base for the whole weekend, with indoor camping available.
Saturday tours will use public transport within zones 1–3, for which the daily price cap is currently £7.70.
New Esperance would like help from members of The Morris Federation to help them decide on which of their many ideas they should pursue. Download the feedback form and return to Diane Moody.
On Sunday 8th October Hammersmith Morris Men are dancing the Royal Parks Half Marathon in central London.
They’ve completed their own long distance dance, 10bridges10k, every year since 2010 which travels the 10 kilometres from Vauxhall to London Bridge, crossing all 10 bridges on the way. This year they wanted to see if they could go a bit further.
They’re excited about the challenge and also raising money for ReachOut, a mentoring charity that work with young people in London and Manchester. ReachOut changes the lives of young people from disadvantaged communities through one-to-one mentoring, helping them get a better start in life, improving their self-confidence and raising their aspirations.
If you’re able to, they’d be very pleased if you could sponsor them.