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Lagabag Morris, Ipswich

Cotswold Morris Dancing (mixed). The dancers, dressed in white, perform stick and hanky dances to music played on traditional instruments. Ages:
16+ (AGM: Nov/Dec)

Who to contact

Name
Charles Croydon
Position
Bagman
Telephone
07399 974028
Email
bagman@lagabagmorris.org.uk
Website
http://www.lagabagmorris.org.uk/
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Address
42
Tuddenham Road
Ipswich
Suffolk
Postcode
IP4 2SP

Where to go

Area served
Ipswich
Parking available
No

Days & Times

Time of day
Evening

Other details

Age Groups
Adults
Notes

This is a year of consolidation and reflection for Lagabag which will have a reduced dancing programme.
So if your new year's resolution is to learn to dance to keep fit them I am sorry but this
year we do not have the resources to teach beginners. If, however you can already Morris
dance and would like to join with others then we would welcome you. For more
information please see our website Lagabagmorris.com

Would any perspective members please phone or text 07399 974028 or E mail bagman@lagabagmorris.org.uk

As we having a reduced dancing programme this year then I am sorry but we will not be
able to open summer fetes, entertain at care homes and help the Suffolk community in the way
we have in the past. So if you want a fete opened by a Morris side or an activity for a care home you will have to ask another Morris side.

We would like to thank all those that have supported Lagabag in the past which has
enabled us to decide in December 2016  to donate £100 each to the local Air Ambulance, St Elizabeth Hospice and
the British Heart Foundation. In addition we are donating £40 to the Ipswich Wildlife Group.

Last year Lagabag danced with other Morris sides in Bury St Edmunds to raise money for Oxfam
and in Woodbridge helped to raise almost £600 for Children in Need. We intend to do some
dancing in2017 to raise funds for good causes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated
22/12/2016

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