Abingdon Traditional Morris Dancers

To perform and keep the traditions of the Abingdon Morris Dancing. Practices October-April, first & third Thursday of month in Abingdon; dances during summer months (May-September).

The continuing tradition of Morris Dancing in Abingdon is very old. In 1560, the accounts of Abingdon's parish church had an entry detailing the purchase of "two dossin of Morres belles".

The side dances in the Cotswold Tradition. Its dances are its own, and it doesn't do dances from outside its own repertoire. The side's yellow and green colours represent the growing and the fully ripe corn so important to the agricultural heritage of Abingdon's people.

Who to contact

07766 663213 07766 663213
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Where to go

21 Oxford Road
OX14 2ED
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Age Ranges
From 13 To 90


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