1999 Calendar


  Ruth Thompsett, Mike Halls and Jill Green join us, although Mike falls in love and moves to Aylesbury at the end of the year. Ann Harpur drops out. Nigel Bennett moves on to Adderbury (and several other sides)

Singapore Building Opening ensured a full practice season - although it didn’t eventually happen.
23rd St. Georges Day, The Boat at Stoke Bruerne. Raining
1st  May Day at Brackley Market Place then Croughton, Kings Sutton, Aynho and Deddington.  6 sides, good weather, village tour, with terrible food service at Great Western Arms, Aynho.
6th The White Horse at Welton.   
13th The Dunn Cow and The Coach and Horses at Daventry.  
20th The Romer Arms at Newnham and The Plough at Everdon.  
27th Old Coach House, Ashby St Leger With Paragon Pit
3rd The Plough at Upper Boddington.  
4th Great Brington  
9th The Red Lion at Evenley With Aynho Apricots.
13th The Crown at Weston, then Syresham Fete.  
17th  Eydon Church: Tony and Lucy Pellerin’s Wedding
18th The Fox and Hounds at Great Brington and Ye Olde Saracens Head at Little Brington.  
19th Byfield Fete.  
24th The Old Red Lion at Litchborough. With Brackley Morris and Heyford Morris
27th The Kings Arms at Farthingstone,  with Old Mother Redcaps and Ashdown Forrest Morris.
27th Newport Pagnell Festival. Roger’s date
4th Eydon Fete.  
8th Shoulder of Mutton, Calverton, Buckinghamshire. With Queens Oak
15th The Plough at Towcester.  
22nd The Windmill at Badby with  LOTS of Sides plus 'Los P’tous Savoyards' our visiting French side from Savoie. (Eventually)
Pram Procession
Black Lace costumes, processed up High St. with organ playing in pram
23rd  Eydon on the Green  with 'Los P’tous Savoyards'. Bemused audience singing along to French songsheets.
24th  Stratford-upon-Avon and Charlecote  with 'Los P’tous Savoyards', evening at Eydon village hall dancing to 'Thirsty Work'.
25th Cannons Ashby Terrace with 'Los P’tous Savoyards'. Photos
31st Ducklington Day of Dance.  
2nd The Royal Oak at Eydon.  
4th The Avon at Avon Dassett then Warmington Fete.  
10th- 12th ISCA at Newport,  ceilidh with the RBB Band. Re-cycled sandwiches!
22nd Royal Oak at Blisworth With Woadwords and Aynho Apricots
11th AGM at the Royal Oak In which Pat C replaced John C as Foreman
(Written up later as ‘The Ballad of the Royal Oak’)
20th Daventry Market Square and High Street.  
2nd  Garden Centre Harlestone For £60.
26th Marston St. Lawrence and Eydon. Boxing Day with Eydon Mummers