Brackley Morris Men, Brackley, Northamptonshire (UK)
Year founded: 1959
Organization(s): Morris Ring, Northamptonshire Folk Activities Association
Dance type(s): Cotswold morris, mumming
Tradition(s) / style(s): Brackley, Hinton-in-the-Hedges, Adderbury, Badby, Bampton, Bucknell, Bledington, Fieldtown, Headington, Litchfield, Sherborne.
Kit/Livery: White shirt and trousers; Black shoes. Baldricks over both shoulders with two rosettes (with ribbons) on each - at front and back; one on each shoulder (10 rosettes); ribbons at ends of each baldrick. Cummerbund. Dancers choose their own colours for all items of kit except hat decorations. Black top-hat/topper with red (top), white, black, blue ribbon (respectively) around the hat with a rosette each - side: blue, white, red. Bell pads: plain leather 20 bells on each pad (5×4)
Primary contact: Robin J. Stanley (Tel.: +44 (0)1908 221205; Email: <email@example.com >)
Practice Day & time: Thursday at 8.00 P.M. to 10.00P.M.
Web site: http://www.dancing.demon.co.uk/
Last modified: 2003/06/26 10:21