Church has a traditional party
GLASSES were raised for that quintessentially English pastime of morris dancing at the weekend.
A ‘side’ of the traditional dancers showed off their skills during a community party at All Saints Church, Chalfont St Peter.
VILLAGERS enjoyed beer, a and morris dancing on Saturday, writes Lorcan Lovett. About 80 people attended the community party at All Saints Church in Oval Way, Chalfont St Peter.
The Friends of All Saints Church organised the event which had a range of real ales and cider as well as entertainment from Cry Havoc Dancers.
Chairman of the Friends group, Robert Cunningham, said: “We all had a great time.
“I think what verybody enjoyed most was excellent barbecue food, 11 ales and ciders rom the local area and energetic raditional morris dancing.” morris w) Cry Havoc show off their
dancing skills; (left) Robert the Friends Cunningham, chairman group, checks the quality of
of the ale
CHEERS: A toast from the All Saints Church community party organisers to visiting morris dancers
FUN: (Above) Rebecca Axford, six, joins in the dancing; (right) enjoying the day in the sun