Welcome to the Morris Minors website.
The Summer holidays beckon and half of 2019 lies behind us. There are still a couple of dates available before July.
This is your contact point for all things Morris and all things traditional in music song and dance.
Keep us in mind for something to liven up the gloomy days of the Autumn Term and cast aside the Brexit woes.
To provide Morris Dancing tuition for children in schools and youth groups in Hull and East Yorkshire.
To train and support those working with children and young people to teach Morris Dancing.
To support and promote Morris Dancing and other traditional dance, music and song in Hull and East Yorkshire.
Thank you for your interest. Please click on one of the items on the black menu bar above to visit our other pages. As part of our commitment to the promotion of Morris Dancing in general you may also find our “See Morris” and “Links” sections worth examining.
Some local Morris action coming up! (Click the “See Morris” button for more!)
Saturday 8th June 2019, Beverley Garland Dancers will be at the Hansa Day in Hull’s Old Town.
Sunday 9th June, 2019 Makara Morris will be dancing out at the Bridlington Old Town Festival.
Saturday 15th June, 2019 Makara Morris will be dancing out at the Northfield Infants’ School Summer Fete in Driffield. The children usually respond with a display of Maypole dancing.
Saturday & Sunday 22nd & 23rd June 2019. Several teams will be dancing out in various styles at the Beverley Fringe Festival which arose from the ashes of the old Folk Festival. The full festival runs from Thursday 20th and many people believe its simple format around the town itself is a vast improvement on the defunct commercial product at the racecourse.
Saturday 29th June, 2019 Makara Morris and other teams will be dancing out in Cottingham Green as the Hull Folk Dance Society celebrate their centenary.
On Saturday 20th July, 2019 Beverley Garland Dancers will be dancing out at Cherry Burton.
Saturday 27th July, 2019. Kingston upon Hull Day of Traditional Dance with lots of local and national teams dancing in the city centre. This is in conjunction with the Hull Folk Festival.
Please remember we are here for all things Morris.
London Morris Dancer recreates William Kempe’s 9 Dais Wonder of 1600, dancing from London to Norwich in nine days!