Women's North West Morris dance team
from Maidstone, Kent, UK
32nd Dancing Year!
New Dancers Welcome
We are always looking to welcome new dancers to Kettle Bridge so if you fancy having a go, just get in touch via the Contact page or simply turn up at one of our Tuesday evening practice sessions at St Nicholas' Church Hall, Poplar Grove, Allington, ME16 0DE at 8:00 p.m. You are guaranteed a warm welcome. Our next practices are on Tuesday 28th June and Tuesday 5th July.
Dancing at Brockham
The rain has rather been following us around of late but we had excellent weather for our visit to Brockham in Surrey for a date with Mayflower Morris.
We enjoyed an excellent session of North West morris dancing in a delightful country setting.
Perhaps the highlight of the day was the arrival of a painted cow (not a real animal, I must point out!).
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We were keeping our fingers crossed with the weather for our appearance at Hillbeck Care Home's garden party to mark The Queen's 90th birthday.
As it happened, the rain just held off until after we had finished so the audience could enjoy our performance outside in the courtyard without interruption.
We put on a great show and everyone seemed to have a good time.
The rain relents
After a delayed start due to rain and storms, we eventually had a superb evening of dance with Bower Street Morris in Offham. As they are a new side, it was the first time that we had shared a stand with them but hopefully it will not be the last.
23 Jun 2016
Added report for Brockham.
13 Jun 2016
Added report for Bearsted.
11 Jun 2016
Added report for Offham.
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