Les Tartes du Pommes Border Morris Side meets for rehearsal each Wednesday at 19:30, (except in July and August and the Christmas holidays). The group consists of both dancers and musicians.
Rehearsal Dates and Venues
To be updated soon. Stay tuned!
Morris dancing is an excellent way to keep fit and have fun.
New members, dancers or musicians (aged 12 and above) are always welcome. To become a Member, download and fill out the membership form: Print Membership Form
The group ‘Dance-Out’ on various occasions throughout the year; May Day being the most significant of these.
The term ‘Border Morris’ refers to a collection of local dances from the villages along the Engish side of the Wales-English border. It is part of the larger morris dance tradition. The dance involves a varying number of people from two upwards, with common features including the rhythmic step and the use of ‘sticks.’ The side wear the traditional ‘Tatter Jacket’ (in shades of green and red), black boots, bells, and a top hat. Members are expected to contribute to the cost of their costume. The musical instruments used for Morris dance are traditionally the melodeon, drums, fiddle and flute.
Grateful thanks to Anonymous Morris for their encouragement.