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We are a group of male dancers who do Border Morris. (Border Morris refers to a style of dance first done in villages along the English side of the Wales-England border.) We think that Border should be simple, energetic, loud, raucous, and a hell of

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Stick Wielding Maniacs
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A new and vibrant social Morris Dancing group for Bedford. We practise regularly and dance out at events, inevitably combining dancing out with live music and drinking in pubs! Whether you've morris danced before or if you have two left feet, come al

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Morris Dancers
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Are you interested in Morris dancing? Have you ever heard of Morris dancing? "Morris" is a general term used to label several distinct forms of seasonal folk dance: the springtime dance of the Cotswold with its intricate foot and handwork (that's wha

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Morris Dancers
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This is a group for anyone interested in folk dancing. Morris dance comes from the Cotswold hills of England. This dancing does not require partners and is done by both men and women. Learning to Morris dance is free and easy. Come join us for fun, f

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Morris Dancers
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A group for BACDS Family Dance Week campers, friends, and potential friends to share fun all year. Families of all kinds welcome!

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Family Dance Campers
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Morris Dancing is one of England's oldest traditional forms of dance.  There is evidence that it dates back to the Iron Age and was known to Shakespeare. Many villages have their own dances and traditions even today.  See the Morris Ring website for

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In Scotland and Wales, traditional music and dance are taught at schools. Obviously, this not only exposes children to the cultural heritage of those countries, it also ensures those cultures of music and dance thrive. Dance at schools in England see

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Cloggers, Cloggies, Clog Stepper

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May 9, 2014

In Scotland and Wales, traditional music and dance are taught at schools. Obviously, this not only exposes children to the cultural heritage of those countries, it also ensures those cultures of music and dance thrive. Dance at schools in England see

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Cloggers, Cloggies, Clog Stepper
April 22, 2014

Morris Dancing is one of England's oldest traditional forms of dance.  There is evidence that it dates back to the Iron Age and was known to Shakespeare. Many villages have their own dances and traditions even today.  See the Morris Ring website for

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Members
March 20, 2014

A new and vibrant social Morris Dancing group for Bedford. We practise regularly and dance out at events, inevitably combining dancing out with live music and drinking in pubs! Whether you've morris danced before or if you have two left feet, come al

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Morris Dancers
March 18, 2014

This is a group for anyone interested in folk dancing. Morris dance comes from the Cotswold hills of England. This dancing does not require partners and is done by both men and women. Learning to Morris dance is free and easy. Come join us for fun, f

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Morris Dancers
August 31, 2013

A group for BACDS Family Dance Week campers, friends, and potential friends to share fun all year. Families of all kinds welcome!

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Family Dance Campers
August 16, 2012

Are you interested in Morris dancing? Have you ever heard of Morris dancing? "Morris" is a general term used to label several distinct forms of seasonal folk dance: the springtime dance of the Cotswold with its intricate foot and handwork (that's wha

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Morris Dancers
November 11, 2011
Private

We are a group of male dancers who do Border Morris. (Border Morris refers to a style of dance first done in villages along the English side of the Wales-England border.) We think that Border should be simple, energetic, loud, raucous, and a hell of

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Stick Wielding Maniacs
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