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The Morris Federation
A UK-wide association of self-governing Morris sides, which encourages and supports morris dancing by women and men of all ages. We are a member of the Morris Federation.
The Burton Street Foundation
A friendly, not-for-profit organisation which serves the local community in a complex of Victorian school buildings in the Hillsborough district of Sheffield. This is where we hold our practices on Wednesday evenings.
Local Sheffield-based dance sides with whom we often dance out.
A mixed Border Morris side renowned for their enthusiastic, noisy dancing and their wonderful kit and face paint.
Grenoside Sword Dancers
A long-established men's Longsword side, based in the village of Grenoside on the northern fringe of Sheffield. The Grenoside Sword Dance is one of the very few ritual dances of England that can be called "traditional", and can be traced back to the 1750s, but was probably in existence before that.
The 'other' Longsword side in Sheffield, which, like Grenoside Sword, has a long history.
Young, lively and athletic: a women's Cotswold Morris side.
A fast and furious mixed Rapper Sword side. The name comes from the three-legged Celtic symbol which was the trademark of the famous Sheffield tool-maker Joseph Tyzack (who used to make fine rapper swords).
A women's clog dancing team founded in 1975.
Dance sides from further afield with whom we have formed friendships and associations.
A women's North West side from Nottingham. Crisp colourful dancing and wonderful continental music!
Ouse Washes Molly
One of the original Molly 'revival' sides based in the Fenland area around Downham Market and Kings Lynn, and one of the first sides to perform the Molly dance tradition outside East Anglia. Highly acclaimed, skilled dancers; colourful and scary! Great music!
A lively and colourful mixed Cotswold Morris side from Retford, who specialise in dances and tunes traditionally associated with Lincolnshire and north Nottinghamshire.
More to come - keep checking back here!