A dancer’s hands – buit whose?? A pint to the person who guesses right first!
Another out of focus dance – the light levels are so poor this summer! Or was Young Collins done at a pace?
A return visit to a popular pub for us – with Oxford City Morris Good to see Steve Tripping the light!
A fine band of musicians
Spot the fiddler! Who doubled up and played 22 different roles in one evening – a real quick change artist!
It stayed dry – but again light and temperature hardly reflected the summer for a home fixture – with splendid bacon butties and chips thanks to our hosts at our new – not so new now – pub.
A tiring night on our own!
First weekend in July and Havocs are causing it in Towcester at the Rose and Castle/Queen’s Oak weekend
Dance out in Rugby with Earlsdon
And Mutineers John is lost in the new season fixture list – how will OUFC do?
The band at the Bull near Rugby – lunch stop Sunday saw all sides at Stoke Bruerne lock dancing out. A side with three fiddles!
Old friends Old Speckled Hen were amongst the 16 sides at the lock
Well what luck with the weather – we all stayed dry except Esther and Elsa who decided on a postprandial stroll on Saturday night between the feast and the dancing and who caught the storm – Esther was a short head winner in the Morris Stakes at Towcester races!
Our thanks to our wonderful hosts who put on a great weekend.
And – well – what do we say – comments like ‘slick’, ‘impressive’ and well ‘turned out’ – yes they meant us – Havocs! Well done to all!