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Chanctonbury Ring Morris Men

This year, our sponsors,  who help out with the costs of our printed programme, are:

 Our home pub, The Royal Oak, Wineham (The Royal Oak facebook site);

Evonprint, our programme printers (www.evonprint.co.uk);

Wobblegate Apple Juice and Cider, of Mill Farm, Bolney (www.wobblegate.co.uk) which is where we hold our Apple Howling every January around Twelfth Night - see our programme page for details.



We celebrated our sixtieth year in 2013 by dancing in and around Sussex, as well as farther afield, and would love to see you at some of our events. As well as some Background to Morris in General, and Chanctonbury Ring Morris Men in particular, our History pages offer more detail. You can also find out about making Bookings to invite us for your own event. You can see when and where to find us dancing and singing by clicking on Programme.

If you would like to see pictures and videos of us just click on Gallery, and for more information about our music, instruments and singing click on Music.

We always welcome new men or musicians to join the side - more information on the ‘Join Us’ page.

For any information not shown in these pages or to get in touch with us for any reason whatever, just click on Contact Us. We have put direct routes to some other local Morris Sides in our Friends and Neighbours page.




North West Clog Dancing


Long Rope Skipping at Rose Cottage

Calendar

With great sadness we have to announce the passing of one of our finest. Dancer, Musician, Past Squire, Mentor and Friend to us all.

How will we get on without one of the Greats - a gentleman, a friend, a great leader, musician, and so much more?

He will be sorely missed by all who knew him.

A fuller obituary will appear here in due course.

He requested a private family funeral, but a memorial will be held later which will be publicised here and and on our facebook pages when we have more information.



And of course we must not forget that our Morris Sticks are provided by the good folk at Sussex Wildlife Trust, who harvest them especially for us every winter.

Our next events follow…