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GUEST,Sue the Borderer currently cookieless Upton FF: Who's going? (36) RE: Upton FF: Who's going? 26 Apr 13


Hi JOHN B
I'm certainly looking forward to dancing with you again, JohnB. We - Exmoor Border Morris - had a great time dancing with OrangePeel for a while at Chepstow (Two Rivers Festival)a few years ago. And I remember how much I enjoyed your singing. P'raps EBM & OP could join together for a few dances. As you (hopefully) know, most of the time you pick your own spot and who to dance with.

AND HI EVERYONE
If you fancy dancing or playing for some Border Morris, Wild Thyme will be morrissing Under the Bridge, probably starting round about 5.30pm, for an hour or so, on Sat and Sunday Everyone is welcome to come and join in. Sticks and jackets provided.

AND SINGERS, MUSICIANS and WALKERS -
On the Monday there's a 'Musical Meander'. The walk is led by Ann & Mike from Foxs Morris and I'm organising the 'musical' side. I get given a list of possible topics (which this year range from the somewhat limited topic of 'greenhouses'(!), to ruined castles and 'almost anything about the countryside or heritage' - so there's plenty of scope for you to find something if you want to input a song. Portable instruments could come in useful too - but, be warned, the walk is about 4 miles, so don't bring the big accordion!!
We're setting off at 11.30am on Monday from the field outside the Sports Pavilion, opposite the Church.

P.S. Like Mrs Scarecrow (above) I always have a great time.


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