Hurst Morris People are inviting everyone to their free and friendly taster sessions.
Squire (leader) Karen Ricketts said: “Reasons to come include: lots of fun, easy to learn dances, great live music and exercise that beats the gym.
“Then there’s a home-made cake break and a pub visit afterwards.
“Men and women, dancers and musicians are welcome. No experience of morris is needed.
We’re from all backgrounds and age groups.”
The tasters are on Thursdays September 20 and 27 from 8-10pm at Hurst Village Hall, School Road, Hurst. RG10 0DR.
New dancer Mel, said: “When I went to the taster sessions last year I simply thought it would be a novel way to spend an evening.
“Little did I realise that several months later I would be dressed in full kit, dancing in front of the public!
“For the first two or three months of practice I kept doubting my ability. The enthusiastic, patient and friendly welcome I received each week kept me going back.
“If you are s even lightly intrigued about Morris dancing, I would encourage you to come to a taster session. It’s good fun, sociable and a great way of keeping fit!
E-mail Karen at: Contact@hump.org.uk or or phone Sue: 0776 1222 390.
More details are at www.hump.org.uk and www. Facebook.com/hurstmorris