2003 Calendar

  During the course of this year Chris Durham and Pat Titmas leave to go cruising round Britain on a narrow boat.
Also during the year Glynn Murray start playing out with us.
29th Dance at the village of Nash, Buckinghamshire  for the unveiling of the village sign designed and constructed by Peter Martin.
23rd St. Georges Day. The Boat at Stoke Bruerne.  
1st May Day at Brackley Market Place, then to Syresham and Greens Norton.   
3rd/4th Rochester Sweeps, Rochester. Good Festival, nice camping and good atmosphere.
? Waendle Walk, The Stags Head at Great Doddington. Good crowd Pam chats up the Dutch Army into giving her pieces of their kit.
15th The Cross Trees at Byfield and The Royal Oak at Eydon. Very poor nights dancing!
22nd The Red Lion at Evenley.  
3rd  The Eastcote Arms at Eastcote.  With our old friends Queens Oak
12th Bell at Great Boughton  
14th Byfield Fete.  
19th The Coach and Horses at Daventry,  Chris and Jerry's departure.
23rd The Navigation at Cosgrove  With Old Mother Red Caps. (Was this at the Barley Mow?)
3rd The White Horse at Norton.  
6th Eydon Fete, 'pirate' theme  
10th The Plough at Everdon. A good night
17th Plough at Bodicote, Invited by Bodicote Morris.
18th House Warming Party at Daventry On the right side of the tracks. Money plus food and drink – great.
24th The Star at Sulgrave. Free drinks!
26th Ducklington Day of Dance. An other good trip
31st The Windmill at Badby.  
31st Wallingford Bunkfest Enjoyable small festival
4th Fenny Compton Invited by Hereburgh Morris
6th  Dunstable Folk Festival Was this A good dance out?
7th The 'Canal Trip', Cosgrove to Wolverton.  
26th – 28th  Much Wenlock Morris Fed AGM, where Pam discovered that it gets cold at night in a tent.
2nd AGM in Village Hall Dave T Vice Squire, rest all the same. Lin sang her report. Written up as the ‘Song of Lin Da Mar Ten’.
11th Richard and Mariet's house warming party at Welton.  
6th Charity dance for the Samaritans at Banbury Harangued by not so charitable evangelist.
26th Boxing Day, The Crown at Weston and The Royal Oak at Eydon. Along with Eydon Mummers