Summertown did it daintily and a Havoc tarted! More tarts that Towersey!
We just made a quorum and put on a good show and ate well! Good to see eight sides at an ale!
A glorious sunny Bunkfest dance out – that saw Ed back in the side – welcome back, and a farewell dance out to Oliver who is off to university but is replaced for a few weeks by Nerys who is back for a break from studies – all change! First stop was Boat House with Kennet Morris
Emma did her jig. Judging by the photo, at some speed.
Later on we moved on to the Queen’s Head for some more dancing.
And once danced out it was inside the pub for a most splendid music session. A most excellent evening.
Back from an exceptional weekend in Towcester – a great weekend of dance food and fellowship – great weather, great dance sides, great food, great hosts (esses), great venues and great value – many thanks
I have no idea who took this sneaky shot – but must explain – Oliver was worn out from playing and I was empathising with him! Plus it’s tough being his tour manager, beer buyer and dad!
Morris kit 1 one – a bell pad Stockport Morris Barbara thinks we’re on a fashion shoot!
Wharf distillery – Dogs!
One for Barbara who says piccies rarely flatter her! Thanks to her and Charlotte, Barbara, Mick
With thanks to Charlotte – she knows why!!
Note the chap sitting on the far right – William Kimber! What a coincidence – he is the grandson of the very William Kimber whose other relative we danced for last week and of course who did so much to revive the Morris! His dad is William Kimber and he has a son – guess his name!