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 RADDON HILL NORTH WEST CLOG MORRIS

 We are arguably Exeter’s jolliest Clog Morris side, just bring your sense of humour along and listen! Our members are drawn from across Devon, keen to enjoy the fun and frolics of our mixed side. There is a serious side though, when we practise at Clyst St George Village hall under the enthusiastic guidance of Caz on Tuesday evenings between September and May. Come along and try - you will be made welcome!

Our music is provided by our enthusiastic band comprising:

Robin (Accordion and band leader), Brian (Melodeon), David (Accordion), Pete (Accordion), Nicole (English Concertina), Geoff (Melodeon), Marlene (Accordion), along with Barry (Bass Drum and anchor man), & Dave (Snare drum and heavy anchor man – when you see him you’ll know!).

 

Finding our Morris Side

We practise on Tuesday evenings at the Village / Parish Hall, Woodbury Road, Clyst St George EX3 0RE.  Practices start at 8pm.

During the rest of the year we enjoy dancing “out” at pubs and weekends away in the UK and abroad!!

The North West Clog Morris Dances we Do

All our dances are drawn from the North West of England and many are named after places which you may know.

These are Colne, Cossington, Garstang, Gisburn, Hartshead, Herne Bay, Hepples, Knutsford, Leyland, Littleborough, Marsh Green, Piper's Ash, Runcorn, Uncle Bernard's, Upper Mill, West Houghton & Woodbank.

We often change dances to bring freshness to our display and to encourage new members (we all start from square one!!). We practise energetically over the winter season so that in the summer we dance with the precision the style demands while always having fun.

Being a fan of Raddon Hill

Cast your eye over our Photo Album

More information about Morris dancing

Mainly Morris provides many links to all branches of Morris

and should keep you occupied for hours.

Morris Side Music

Morris Sides have a well established reputation for turning your local pub upside down. If you enjoy

Tunes or Songs

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