Joined by Ringheye Morris of Mobberley
(to help spread the load of dancing)
Thelwall kick off the proceedings with a dance.
(If the lines were straight you would be able to see all the dancers)
Next up, Ringheye Morris, with the Abram Circle Dance
(so named because it comes from Abram and is danced in a circle)
Ringheye Morris line up for their next dance...
...which is performed in front of an attentive audience
It wasn't all fun and games - when it rained, it REALLY rained
Music man Derek protects self and melodeon
(why he is still stood there when all else have fled is a mystery!)
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