The Morris Dancer is the most academic of Morris Ring publications, setting out to explore Morris history and the customs, practices and exploits of its exponents. It is a focal point for retrieving, recording and making public the glory of our pageant, researching and publishing material that might otherwise languish in the dusty corners of inaccessible archives.
The latest issue (5:2) of the Morris Dancer is now out and online under publications.
TheJoint Morris Orgs are determined to demonstrate what the concerted power of the Morris can achieve by pooling our talents for the national good. Never before have our three great Organisations pulled together to raise funds for charity but this year we should like to encourage a nationwide effort to collect for Children in Need and bank acount details are now available..
Adelaide Morris Men announce their Dance Meeting - 5th April to 7th April 2013.
The Adelaide Morris Men are pleased to invite morris teams and individual dancers to their Dance Meeting on the weekend after Easter 2013.
Steven Archer’s election as Treasurer of The Morris Ring was ratified at The Sheffield Annual Representatives' Meeting last weekend. He replaces Eddie Worrall who, after a valuable and much appreciated tenure, is really leaving to spend more time with his family.
The next Squire of The Morris Ring will be Robin Springett, a member of Dartington Morris Men since 1980. Proposed by Plymouth Morris Men, he was elected at today’s Annual Representatives’ Meeting to succeed Peter Halfpenney whose term of office will be completed at The Hartley Ring Meeting at the end of August.
Congratulations to the Devil's Dyke Morris Men from the Newmarket area of West Suffolk and North British Sword. Both were previously Morris Ring associates and were accepted as members of The Morris Ring at this afternoon's ARM in Sheffield.