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Dear Editor

What a outstanding display in the Old Town for Jack in the Green. The shops really made an effort with the embellishments, there was greenery and ribbons throughout the area. It went really well with the Morris Dancers. Praise for the Old Town. What a shame that some of the day was spoiled by the power cut.

Pam Smith

Bexhill Continue reading Pen & Ink

Jack in the Green

By Gemma Pocock Photographs Iain Pocock

What a lovely day it was on the 3 May. I went, with my husband, daughter and step children, to Hastings for the day. On arrival it was really busy, I just thought it was because of the gorgeous weather but later discovered it was all down to “Jack in the Green”. Continue reading Jack in the Green

Morris Dancers in Rye

Morris Dancers Perform in Rye One of the oldest “revival” sides in the “Morris Ring” are the East Surrey Morris Men. They were one of the six sides who founded the Morris Dance Ring in 1934. Mainly performing dances from the Cotswold’s tradition they dance for their own pleasure and that of their audiences on the village greens and on alehouse forecourts throughout Surrey. Continue reading Morris Dancers in Rye