The Cecil Sharp’s People web site has been launched by David Sutcliffe, freelance researcher, Taunton. See the Cecil Sharp’s People web site at: cecilsharpspeople.org.uk
On Sun 21st July 2019, EFDSS presented a free programme of youth folk dance and music at U.Dance 2019 – the national youth dance festival run by One Dance UK – at the Southbank Centre in London, including a dance workshop, youth dance ceilidh and pop up performances from Fool’s Gambit Morris, Young Miscellany, London Youth Folk Ensemble and ICanDance.
Malkin Morris awarded Heritage Lottery Grant to produce a nationally available, readily accessible, free resource of local north west processional clog dance, step dance and local tunes
Dancing for Maud Karpeles – a day of dance in 2017 to celebrate the life of Maud Karpeles (1885-1976) and recognise her work in folk dance and song collection as well as her contribution as organiser and arts animator supreme
On Sunday 1st October 2017, The Belles of London City will be hosting a day of dance to celebrate the life of Maud Karpeles (1885-1976), with New Esperance Morris, Dacre Morris, Camden Clog, and Tower Ravens Rapper.
An exhibition of 45 morris dancer dolls, instigated and stored by the Museum of British Folklore, is currently situated within the Folk Art galleries at Compton Verney, Warwickshire.