Open Morris Member Sides

Bury Fair Women's Morris

Region: East Anglia


Composition: Female
Dance Styles: Cotswold
Practice Night: Wednesday
Practice Location: IP29 5RU

Contact Details

Linda Moden
Phone: 01284 702967

Argentina has the tango, France has the can can and England has the morris. Morris dancing in England goes back to late medieval times and is first mentioned in 1458. By the end of the 19th century the morris had become unfashionable but was revived by Cecil Sharpe in 1899.  Morris dancing is now thriving Bury Fair, founded in 1978, dances traditional Cotswold dances, and we take our name from the medieval fair that took place in Bury St. Edmunds.  Morris dancing is good fun, good exercise and very sociable.  We meet on Wednesday evenings, practising in the winter months, and  dancing out at local pubs, fetes, fairs and weddings in the summer. Come and watch us, or even better come and join us! To contact Bury Fair: Bagman:  Linda Moden, Tel:  01284 702967 Email: Website