Here we shall be putting links to our friends and to other websites that we think might be interesting or useful for anyone wanting to know more.
- Folk on the Quay
Folk Festival on Poole Quay.
- Purbeck Folk Festival
NuFolk Festival in Langton Matravers.
- Wimborne Minster Folk Festival
From the still warm ashes of the old festival springs forth new life. Different organisers, same Wimborne spirit.
- The Taborers Society
Here you can actually buy a traditional three hole morris pipe. Also has links to pipe and tabor makers.
- Marcus Music
Make, sell and repair some very nice concertinas and drums.
Acoustic and Folk instrument specialists
Some significant sides to us - either because we are local and dance with them frequently, or because they're just awesome. Other flavours of morris side are available.
- New Forest Meddlars
Dance both Border and Cotswold morris. Thanks to Pete for some very helpful ideas.
- Boggart's Breakfast
Boggart's Breakfast were the side that inspired the formation of Anonymous Morris. Thanks for allowing us to use their photo on posters and thanks to Grace for answering all our questions.
- Hunters Moon Morris
Mixed Border Morris side based in Eastbourne.
- Quayside Cloggies
Local ladies North West Morris side based in Winton.
- Bourne River Morris
Men's Cotswold side in Bournemouth.
- Bassett Street Hounds
We're listed on their site, so it seems only fair. Based in Syracuse, NY, they have a good amount of information on their website, and were the original writers of the dance Bluejay.
Other Useful Links
- The Morris Federation
One of the three morris organisations, and the one of which are a member side.
- Dark Dorset
Dorset Folklore site. They have kindly been spreading the word about us, and for that alone they deserve a place on our link page. But the site is certainly worth checking out if you are interested in local folklore and customs.
- Morris Dancers of England
A site that sells affordable DVDs of morris dancing. Lots of DVDs of individual sides. A much better way to watch morris dancing than low resolution clips on You Tube.
- UK Folk Music
This site aims to become a portal for all things folk in the UK.
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