Welcome to the online home of Hoxon Hundred, a morris dancing side from the Norfolk/Suffolk border of East Anglia.
We are a side with a significant repertoire including Cotswold, North West Morris, Garland, Rapper Sword and Step dances. Our membership includes people with a range of ages from the pre-teens to the somewhat more mature.
We strive to give a traditional feel to our performance, drawing on the many traditions that make up the Morris. During May through to July, on Wednesday nights, we are generally dance at a local pub within a ten mile radius of our home base, the Suffolk village of Hoxne .
From September we hibernate to Hoxne Village Hall where we practice for the next season. Visitors or those who fancy joining us are welcome to call in on our Wednesday evening sessions, 7.00 pm till 10.00 pm on the 1st Wednesday of the month, otherwise 7.30 p.m. till 10.00 p.m. on other Wednesdays. The early start at 7.00 p.m. is to give an opportunity for our rapper enthusiasts to practice their stuff. Traditionally our practice session is followed by a visit to a friendly local pub.Our diary page will show you where we are dancing during the summer season. To locate our practice hall: http://www.hoxne.net/Find_hoxne.html And to make initial contact: Our Baglady, Jan or: use the contacts from our “contacts” page.
N.b. If you are thinking about booking us for a local registered charity: We do not normally charge.
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