The Whitchurch Morris Men – Busy, Busy, Busy

John King, Whitchurch Morris Men  |  Published: May 23rd 2017
An emu at Malham Safari
An emu at Malham Safari

That’s May ticked off the list already!  An early start for May Day, an evening out with Owlswick (and owl), the JMO in Leicester, the Towersey celebrations with a Routemaster bus with lots of rain and of course, the annual migration to the Yorkshire Dales with Leeds Morris.  A busy June and July to follow will see us out and about in the usual manner with a few private appearances thrown in for good measure.

So for June you can find us at:-

 

2 – 4 June            An appearance at the Thaxted meeting

6 June                   The George and Dragon, Quainton

13 June                 The Angler’s Retreat, Marsworth

17 June                 Armed Forces Day – TBD

20 June                 The Plough, Cadsden

27 June                 The Rose and Crown, Wingrave with guests – New Moon Morris.

 

There is an equally busy July but perhaps the important dates are not ours.  To give you a “heads-up”, on the 1st July, Abingdon’s Mr. Hemmings Traditional Morris Dancers have their Day of Dance as a walking tour of the town.  Starting at 10:30, the tour will visit all the points of interest in the town from the Town Hall to Ock Street. 

The annual St Michael’s Street Folk Festival starts at 7:15 – 11:00 p.m. on Wednesday 5th July in the city of St Alban’s.  There are lots of things going on and all are free to enjoy.  This will give you a taste in the wide variations of British Folk.  You only have to pay for your refreshments and food and there is plenty to try.  I park at the Westminster Lodge Leisure Centre and walk across Verulamium Park straight to St Michael’s Street. 

So we hope to see you out and about somewhere.  Come and have a go.  The full diary of our events can be found on our website or Google search the federations and see what else is going on out there.

 

Wassail,

John King

WMM

www.whitchurchmorris.org.uk

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