Uplyme Morris Men perform for village pre-school
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Group is hoping to recruit more dancers and musicians after celebrating its tenth anniversary
Uplyme Morris Men, who are celebrating their 10th Birthday, visited Uplyme Pre-school last week.
They gave the children a demonstration of their dancing, and
then invited them to join in.
The Morris Men then presented the pre-school with a cheque for £100.
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Organisers said they were “extremely grateful” for the generous donation.
Uplyme Morris is hoping to attract even more members in its 11th year.
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Squire Peter Morton told The Herald that it was important to keep the local tradition going.
“We would like to recruit new people. It is a lot of fun, a good social thing and it keeps you fit!” he said.
The Morris Men meet on Tuesdays from 7pm at The Bottle Inn, Marshwood. Anyone interested in joining – either as a dancer (men only) or a musician - is welcome to go along and find out more.
Alternatively they can contact Mr Morton on 07917 748 087 or email email@example.com