Here in Croydon is a group of men who enjoy dancing the Morris which is a part of the traditional and ancient dances collected by Cecil Sharp in the southern counties of England a hundred years ago. We welcome you to join and become a part of this tradition and keep it alive for future generations.
We practise from 8.30pm on Thursday evenings
in the Scout Hut in Purley Park Road, Purley.
You are very welcome to come for a dance and a drink afterwards around 10.15pm at the Wetherspoons, in 8-9 Russell Hill Parade in Purley.
We have another full programme of events for 2016 that you may peruse.
We had a really good Day of Dance on Sat 7 May. The pubs were very welcoming, the food was delicious and plentiful and best of all, the dancers were really good and the whole event thoroughly enjoyable. Thanks to everyone!
We are out next on Thursday 9th June at the Dog & Bull in Surrey Street market from 7.45pm onwards and this Sunday lunchtime for the Dorset Road Allotments Open Day at Elmers End, Beckenham. BR3 4EA. See http://dorsetroadallotments.org.uk/.
Bob Houghton has produced some amazing productions of our recent events.
You can see us on our Calais Tour at https://youtu.be/yBXqXfJfJdE
and our Day of Dance on http://insidecroydon.com/2015/05/24/north-wood-morris-men-are-croydons-lords-of-the-dance/
See our twitter account at https://twitter.com/northwoodmorris
This was our 2013 Day of Dance https://vimeo.com/66362925.
This was last updated on Friday 13th May 2016.