Jim takes the role rather seriously and start our big tent spot with a sermon!
But we look good on a big stage!
In all 4 dance spots and a delightful processional – a lesson for Burford – down hill!
And a fond farewell dance from guests Jenny and Barney from Oz
Who was warming up for a Summertown? This is a competition- answers on a £10 note to Nigel.
Which side stands a chance when competing with a cute chip eating duck!
‘Be there at 10’ – wouldn’t want to be late for the 1130 start! There’s Morris time – at least 10 minutes late – and a new low in time keeping – Leveller’s Time!
After the hill climb – we took in the origins of Costwold Morris – Costwold ouses
A spot of levitation and Runaround without Metal MIcky!
Finally Oliver managed to get into a neighbouring village on Donkey Shaving!
Before Mick and he did their Gumby impressions!
“We would put a tax on all people….that dance with hankies!”
For the real expert pythoners – who has too much and who has too little – and of what?
A pleasant evening – warm but low light levels
Guests – Icknield Way Morris- welcome
Less welcome guest! The pub is called the fox – this is one that got away from it – or maybe the pub should be re-named – the Rather Noisy Peacock!
Some more photos from May Morning – thanks to Nerys.
A return to a favourite pub – with special guests Emily – now 12! dancing Shave the Donkey after a 3 minute briefing from Emma!! and Vale Islanders.
At last a warm summer evening – with a splendid ensemble and great dancing.
On a glorious sunny May morning the Havocs take to the streets – great to dance to rousing cheers and applause and great to see so many double sets!
Magdalen tower – listen carefully for the choristers!
Vandals – at 0515 – chilly or what.
That church tower and that living shrubbery!
The fabulous band and the famous Dogs of War!
“Oliver it’s nearly time for breakfast,” advises the squire!
And here it is!