Where did the summer go?

John and Mike Dancing

 

With so much dancing over the summer it has been a whirl!  Our most recent was a local dance out in Ely.  Celebrating the time of  year when the veil is at its thinnest…

We started out at the cathedral (Where we noted the temperature had suddenly become ‘very seasonal’.  It was great to get moving and warm ourselves up a little!  We then moved to the memorial by the market (We could smell the coffee)! After a short break we moved to Market Street.

Despite the bitter wind we had a great time entertaining.  Here is a snippet from the day.

 

 

 

 

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We don’t get more local than this!

We are looking forward to dancing again at the Sutton beer festival.  This time we will be dancing on the evening of Thursday  9th August from around 7.30pm.  The beer festival is at St Andrew’s Church and is on From 9th – 11th August.  We hope to see you there! pizap.com15336614927361

This Wednesday we will be at The Bank Willingham from 7.30pm.

Pop along for a cold beer and a warm welcome!

High Street, Willingham, Cambridge, CB24 5ES

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I recently found this footage of Sutton Masque at September 2017 Sowerby Bridge Rushbearing Festival.  We were dancing ‘Just as the tide was flowing’ (A Witchmen Morris side original).    As fabulous as this is as a dance (Please enjoy), there is some additional entertainment… just listen to the background chatter from the ladies in the audience!  🙂   (Video posted to U tube by Ian Brooke).

 

Sutton Masque on home territory …

It has been a great pleasure to be dancing in the local church for the past two weekends (Think they must like us!).    With a beer festival (Would be rude not to)… and an open meeting the following weekend.  We were delighted to be invited to dance at both.  The open meeting in particular had special meaning as not only was it on ‘our local turf’ but… it was the first outing for our own ‘Green Man’ beautifully  created by one of our own talented members Marnie. We even had special guest visitor with us -Isabella a magnificent raptor owned by our very own oak king. You can see in the additional photos Isabella nestling in the branches.   You really never quite know what you will encounter when we appear!

We had a wonderful time at both events – thanks to the very welcome invites from St Andrews Church Sutton.