We perform Cotswold style morris dances from a number of traditions including Adderbury, Bucknell, Ducklington, Bledington and the little known Horsham. We are also proud to perform the traditional Escrick Longsword Dance from a village just east of York - in the early days we were privileged to meet one of the schoolboys who had performed the dance in front of Cecil Sharp when he came on his collecting visit in November 1912.
Between May and the End of August we perform in Kings Square, York, every Monday evening. We also have the occasional away day, sometimes as guests of other morris teams, and we host a two day York Festival of Traditional Dance every September. Click here to see a list of where we are appearing, and other interesting events.
We can also be booked to perform at events such as weddings and fetes. If you'd like to book us for your event, then please contact us by clicking here,
The money we collect when we dance out pays for costume, equipment, practice hall hire, and other related expenses.
We have a wide range of ages, backgrounds, and professions. We are always looking for new members. If you are interested in having a go at morris dancing then please have a look at this page by clicking here.
Current officers: Squire: Tony Fenech Bagman: Pikey Holland Treasurer: Pete Walker Foreman: Stuart Sellens