The Trigg Morris Website - Bodmin Cornwall
This week Polperro - with visitors from England
We danced outside Jamaica Inn on Bodmin Moor at Easter
It has now been sold for £8 million
If anyone else wants their property valued adjusted - we can be booked - see below
We also asked people to join in at Menheniot
Trigg was subject to an investigation by the BBC !
It seems the BBC are following up the instigation of our Minister of Culture
- British Traditions are under the spotlight.
Their eagle-eyed investigator Jack Murley came to see us practise
He put a very furry microphone under our noses and put us on the radio
and he even persuaded us to practise with bells on
- so that he could have a dance with us as well.
Thanks Jack !
What's the Point ?
The Ordnance Survey in their wisdom started leaving concrete blocks around in 1936 and these are called Trig points
Some people even go so far as to bag them - even though they no longer have any functional use.
We wish to point out that they have nothing to do with ourselves, or our bagman
We are considerably more colourful, mobile, musical and made of flesh and blood
But here are some of Trigg pointing so you can tell the difference.
Contact Bagman (for all correspondence):
Roger Hancock, 17, Halgavor Road, Bodmin, PL31 1BW Tel: 01208 73907
Webmaster (Neil Hartwell :
(updated 9 August 2022)