The Woodside Morris Men dance their reconstruction of Old Mother Oxford outside The Phoenix, Steeple Claydon, the last known venue of Steeple Claydon Morris. Sharp wrote of John Inward (see 'Sources' below):
He said they used to dance at the Phoenix public house, country dances etc. he once won a prize there at a smoking match when he smoked in a church warden pipe two ounces of tobacco straight off, "you couldn't tell the time of the clock for smoke" How times change.
Back in more recent times, Woodside's Dave Dunham wrote of their 50th Anniversary visit in 2007:
"Now, there is only partial notation for the Steeple Claydon dance, so each team that does it has to add a little bit of itself to the dance, and ours is no different. After we performed it, one of the locals asked why it was so different to the versions he had seen performed by sides in Oxford. Skillfully, we pointed out that the coach was waiting and it was time to go, but thanks very much."
Steeple Claydon (Old Mother Oxford), CJS MSS
The music: was by fiddle; Inward's (given to him by his 'father's granfer') was half-size. He said the tune here given (a version of Old Mother Oxford) was the only tune the Steeple Claydon Morris dancers used.
See also http://www.opread.f9.co.uk/RoyDommet/BorderNotes/steepleclaydon.htm#steepleclaydon