Blisland  (Photos from Peter Glaser) 


Lanivet Fete (Note the new nomenclature) 

South Petherwin 


Thanks to Bodmin Folk Club for the pictures

St Ewe - inside and outside (Thanks to Charles Francis )


On one foot again 


St Minver - some dancing ducks 

St Columb 

St Mawgan 

You wouldn't believe the slope from these pictures


Sticker - a tight dance spot with added bollards 

And Vic being suitably submissive 

Polgooth - no early closing here

Trigger mystified 

St Germans 

We met Boscastle Morris at St Kew 


We went to Hayle - where we had a warm welcome from Carn Brea, Pensans, Tywardreath, Joan the Wad and the Bird in Hand .

(Thanks to Tim Payne for the pictures )

Tregrehan offered us a warm welcome on their football pitch

Brighton Camp

I'm still not sure about the offside rule 

And they joined in as well

Luxulyan was not blessed with a large audience 

Avoiding the milk tanker

Tremar Coombe doesn't have many visitors - they haven't a pub 

But they gave us a warm welcome 

And joined in too 

We also went to Fowey for the Coronation celebrations (but no Beacon !) 

And Lostwithiel and Darite 



Our 52nd Easter Tour !

We were welcomed to Launceston by Rob Tremain as usual 

And we danced in the Square 

(Pictures thanks to Duncan Williams for View From Newspapers Ltd.)

We then went to Lewannick to dance outside the Archers


And we ended our tour at Lanivet 


Maurice had another birthday - and we all had to dance 

Note the new member (Josh) with plain baldricks 

(With a few friends from Tywardreath Morris)

Maurice Jig

And the grand old man danced "Lumps of Plum pudding"

King Charles' new reign beckons: the Feast of St Hygenus called us to dance