The 18-30 weekend began with drinks at the Old plough in Birstall just outside Leicester on Friday with a practice session in the hall in between a little ale was consumed.
Saturday was a slow start, perhaps a little too much ale was consumed, but a fry up later we were all dancing our socks off at various venues around Leicester town centre. The small but perfectly formed Lassington Oak contingent enthusiastically danced as many dances as possible. We then moved back to the hall for the feast and more singing and drinking.
Sunday saw us all dancing at Bradgate park with plenty of Leicester Morris men did and despite sore heads, legs and various other body parts we made a good show of it with dancing near the ruins of Bradgate House.
Thanks to Matt for doing a good job of Squire and to Leicester Morris Men for their support and help in organising a great weekend for young Morris.
Sharing the fun were Leicester, Jockey, Lassington Oak, Leominster, Whitchurch, Great Yorkshire, Utrecht, Ebor, Leeds, Moulton, Letchworth, Wakefield and Kemp’s Men
Tom the most senile* man in town
(*Sorry that should be sensible!)