Contact

For all enquiries, including new members and bookings, please contact Sarah Jones (Foreman) or Victoria Wyllie de Echevarria (Squire) at summertown.morris@gmail.com.

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  1. I was really impressed by the standard of your dance at Shrewsbury Festival. In my dancing days I did the Bacca Pipes Jig and have a pair of long churchwarden clay pipes. I should like to donate them to your side as you are the hope for the future. If you would like them just let me know an address I can post them to and they are yours. I will also send you four practice pipes I made of wood so you don’t put the clay pipes at risk while learning the dance.

    • Hi Stuart, thank you for your encouraging words! We really enjoyed dancing at Shrewsbury. That’s a very kind offer – if it still stands, we’d be honoured to take your pipes. Please could you email summertown.morris @ gmail.com, and we can exchange addresses?

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  3. Hello,

    I’m looking to join a morris side and your group caught my eye. My dad’s been morris dancing my entire life and I’d like to carry on the tradition as well.

    I actually live in Reading but work in Oxgord. How would I go about joining or are you full? If so, would you be able to recommend a female friendly side near Reading?

    Kind regards

    Jessica

    • Hi Jessica,

      Thanks for your interest and sorry for the delay in reply – we had a break over December so you haven’t missed anything. We always welcome new members – you’d be very welcome to come along to one of our practices to meet everyone and have a go. The next best ones to come to would be Wed 28th Jan, 4th Feb, and every other Wednesday after that. We now meet in Summertown United Reform Church Hall, Banbury Road, OX2 7HN – just opposite South Parade – from 7:30-9:30pm. If you’d like any more info, email summertownmorris (at) gmail.com, if you haven’t already 🙂

      Nearer to Reading, Mayflower Morris are a great north-west side whom we’ve met at festivals – based in Ash. There’s also the lovely Windsor Morris, a women’s Cotswold team, and Shinfield Shambles (mixed border), who look fun although I’ve never met them! I hope that helps.

      Clare

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