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Argarmeles Clog - Have been going for over 25 years, dancing North West Morris in the area around Southport and West Lancashire and throughout the country. We dance regularly in the evenings at local pubs throughout the summer and also at Folk Festivals, days of dance and fetes.
Bathampton Morris Men - In recent years we have toured in England, Wales, Ireland, France, Holland and Germany promoting friendship, goodwill and the spirit of the Morris.
Bedford Morris Men - We perform dances from a range of Cotswold Morris traditions, as well as dances from the North-West of England and the English-Welsh border.
Broadwood Morris - Broadwood Morris Men was formed in 1972 and the Club is grateful to the late Captain Broadwood of Lyne for allowing us the privilege of adopting his family name in commemoration of his aunt, Lucy Broadwood who died in 1929.
Dolphin Morrismen - Dolphin Morris (officially, but never, known as The Nottingham Dolphin Morris Dance Club) were formed in 1968 by members of the Nottingham Traditional Music Club.
English Folk Dance Project - An ongoing project instigated in 2001 to capture the music and atmosphere of English folk dancing at the start of the 21st century. At the moment concentrating on Morris dancing and Music.
First Sedgley Morris Men - First Sedgley Morris dance in Cotswold tradition with style and enthusiasm. Based in the Black Country, we cover Worcs, Staffs, and the Midlands. Enquiries for bookings should be directed to our Bagman at
Icknield Way Morris Men - An ongoing project instigated in 2001 to capture the music and atmosphere of English folk dancing at the start of the 21st century. At the moment concentrating on Morris dancing and Music.
Isca Morris website - opens in a new window
Isca Morris Men - We are traditional Morris Dancers from South Wales and our site provides an overview of the Isca Morrismen and their associated traditions and activities.
Leyland Morris Men - There has been a Morris Team at Leyland for over a hundred years now - on and off! – and it began as part of the old Leyland May Festival. The current team was re-started in 1966.
Moonshine Morris - A mixed Border Morris side based in Stratford St Mary, Suffolk.
Morris Federation - an association of self-governing Morris clubs, which aims to:
- encourage and maintain interest in the practice of morris dancing by women and men of all ages
- provide a channel of communication between member sides
- encourage the improvement of standards of dancing among its members.
Morris Ring - the UK national and international association of men's morris dance clubs.
Old Glory - Old Glory was formed in 1994 to revive the tradition of Molly dancing in East Suffolk. Molly dancing is thought by many people to be the East Anglian form of Morris.
Open Morris - open to any group or individual involved in the performance of Morris Dancing or allied activities. All sides are welcome - mixed, male or female, as are dancers or musicians who wish to become individual members.
Royal Liberty Morris - Over the years, Royal Liberty have made frequent appearances on television and the movies, the most recent being in the film Calendar Girls. Some of our more notorious TV appearances have included The Barrymore Show, Hale and Pace and Surprise Surprise. We can't guarantee that new members will make it to the silver screen, of course, but there's always a chance...
Southport Swords - A team of Men's Sword & Morris dancers based in Southport, which is a seaside town about 12 miles north of Liverpool, England and attracts members from the surrounding villages and towns.
The Widders - To most people a widder is slang for the infamous black widow spider, but to those who have seen us in action a widder is a strange looking creature covered in coloured rags.
Traditional Ilmington Morris Men - The Ilmington Morris Men are based in the South Warwickshire village of Ilmington and dance the traditional Morris dances collected in and around Ilmington during the last hundred years.
Witchmen - Pagan Morris at its best. Once seen never forgotten!