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Lord Conyers Morris Men, Sheffield/Rotherham, South Yorkshire (UK)

Year founded: 1974
Gender: men
Organization(s): Morris Ring
Dance type(s): Cotswold morris border morris longsword
Tradition(s) / style(s): Adderbury, Ascot-under-Wychwood, Badby, Bampton, Bidford, Bledington, Brackley, Bromsberrow Heath, Bucknell, Ducklington, Eynsham, Fieldtown, Headington, Hinton-in-the-Hedges, Ilmington, Lichfield, Longborough, Oddington, Sherborne, Stanton Harcourt, Upton-on-Seven, Wheatley, White Ladies Aston, Winster, Brimfield, Abbots Bromley Horn Dance + Pershore Not For Joe & Bellerby Sword Dance
Kit/Livery: : Cotswold - White shirt, white trousers, green socks, brown leather shoes, green and brown baldricks(with 3 leaved oak leaf and acorn badge), leather bell-pads with green and brown ribbons, Panama Hats with corn dollies and corn dolly dancing man and green and brown ribbons(approx. 2 feet long). (Hats decorated with fresh flowers/greenery if wanted).
Border - Tatter Coats(Style of Forrest of Dean), no bells, Panama Hats, white trousers and green socks and brown shoes.

Longsword - As border, without hats.

Primary contact: John Ledbury(Secretary) (Tel.: +44 01332 799074; Email:
Secondary contact: Simon Walker(Squire) (Tel.: +44 01909 564134; Email:
Additional contact(s) Nigel Borham (Tel.: +44 01226 764421; Email:
Bill Richmond (Bagman) (Tel.: +44 01909723131; Email:

Practice Day & time: Wednesday at 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm

Web site:
Web site maintainer: Paul Bain (

Miscellany: History of “Who was Lord Conyers?” written by a founder member of the side Geoff Nuttall. See web site for details.

Last modified: 2000/11/27 07:57

sides/lord_conyers_morris_men.txt · Last modified: 2000/11/27 07:57 (external edit)