Church has a tra­di­tional party

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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

Photo by Huw Pow­ell www.buyapho­ NL201410609_6

FUN: (Above) Re­becca Ax­ford, six, joins in the danc­ing; (right) en­joy­ing the day in the sun

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