Bedford Morris Men, Bedford, Bedfordshire (UK)
Year founded: 1932
Organization(s): Morris Ring
Dance type(s): Cotswold morris, border morris, Northwest clog morris, Plough Play
Tradition(s) / style(s): Bledington, Headington, Sherborne, Brackley, Abbots Bromley, Hinton, Adderbury, Bampton, Brackley, Bromsberrow Heath, Ducklington, Eynsham, Field Town, Ilmington, Lichfield, Much Wenlock, Oddington,Wheatley, Winster
Kit/Livery: Blue breeches, white shirts and socks, a blue “Puritan” hat, blue baldricks adorned with orange rosettes and ribbons, bell-pads decorated with orange and blue ribbons and black shoes.
The basic costume is modified for the North-West Morris to include floral hats, broad diagonal and waist sashes adorned with the “Eagle and Castle” badge, and beads. The clogs are trimmed with brass and bells: bells are not worn at the knee.
Primary contact: Tim Durrant (Tel.: +44 (0)7971 803541; Email: email@example.com)
Practice Day & time: Wednesday at 2000hrs to 2200hrs
Last modified: 2003/05/01 12:18