1988 Calendar

  We now practice on Monday nights and Sue Lodge is the contact person.
Dave and Praveen join - and leave
Trevor moves to 'God's Own County'.
3rd The Red Lion at Hellidon and The Romer Arms at Newnham.  
30th Dance in Byfield Village hall Morris spot during the PTA ceilidh.
21st Rugby Beer Festival Co-op Hall Saturday
4th The Plough at Upper Boddington and The Royal Oak at Eydon.  
10th Glasbury, Ross on Wye Dance in mufti at what later became 'Inebriate Tours'. 
Sat. 23rd St George’s Day of Dance with Icetone Morris at Southam, Long Ichington and Leamington Danced out with fresh rose buds – which didn’t last beyond the first dance!

First outing for stick throwing dance.
30th Fathingstone and Everdon Trevor Marshall moves to Midgley in Yorkshire.
Sat 1st  The Barley Mow at Cosgrove,  with Queens Oak and Rose and Castle and 3 or 4 other sides.
3rd - 5th The Yeovil weekend, with Jackstraws, Treacle Eater Clog, Greenwich, visiting Bovington Tank Museum, Piddle Valley and others. Meeting of ‘Hanging committee’. Dave W. leaves.

Paul’s memories include: Admiring the well endowed Cerne Abbas giant chalk figure from safety of coach and the Unusual Toilet Facilities (Lots of Potties hanging from ceiling) of Piddlehinton pub - apt!
    Kit now includes leg and arm ribbons.
20th  Royal Oak at Eydon  
4th Hook Norton Brewery Trip  
18th Royal Oak at Eydon  
20th The Crown at Weston With Rose & Castle
    Praveen (Dave W’s wife) leaves
29th  The Griffin at Chipping Warden, The Royal Oak at Eydon and Moreton Pinkney village fete. August Bank Holiday Monday
[Paul also has Woodford. Thinks it might be a Day of Dance? ]
4th Badby Fete  
5th Admiral Nelson at Braunston  
12th Long Itchington,  with Icentone Morris Monday
18th Upper Boddington (Plough), Fleur de Lys (Woodford Halse), Eydon fete Again with Icentone Morris
14th Northampton Beer Festival  
3rd Barn dance at Eydon Village Hall  
5th Soulden Hill  Dance demo for the residents, some of whom have amazing musical skills.
12th Xmas bash  At Jill & John Tearles, Woodford Halse
19th The Admiral Nelson at Braunston Monday