THE MORRIS FEDERATION NEWSLETTER
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Last Upload Autumn 2016

Fool's gambit pay tribute to four of Cecil Sharp's demonstration team who died during the Battle of the Somme, how a shared interest in rural traditions led to the forming of Langport Mummers, a dancer's eye view of the John Gasson Jig Competition, Tony Forster concludes his polemic: Burn Your Baldrics!, some photos from our AGM day of dance hosted in Nottingham by Mortimer's Morris, plus birthday celebrations, colourful festivals at home and abroad, a review of the Knots of May Band's new CD, and much, much more!
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