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The Earl of Stamford Morris The Earl of Stamford Morris was formed in 1982 and was named after the Earl of Stamford and Warrington.
The Lancashire Wallopers The Lancashire Wallopers clog step team was born out of the teaching of the legendary Sam Sherry ...
Mind The Step Mind the Step was formed in 1990 by a group of dancers wanting to “do something different” and they have been performing their unique style of Appalachian dance at venues all around the country since then!
Shuttlers' Clog Shuttlers' Clog perform traditional clog and broom dances to the music of the fiddle, guitar and whistle ...
Rivington Morris Rivington Morris are based in Bolton, Lancashire and celebrated their 30th anniversary a couple of years ago.
Stockport Morris Men Just look at this lot! A team dancing Morris in the North-West Processional style ...
Stone The Crows Based in Leyland, Lancashire, and with over twenty-five members ...
Fidlers Fancy The original Fidlers team was founded in the late 1880’s by a Stockport fish merchant, Charles Burgess Fidler, to provide recreation and entertainment for Stopfordians and collect money for local charities.
Bradshaw Mummers Last sighted at a Middlewich Festival eight years ago, the Bradshaw Mummers have sneaked back ...
Jockey Men's Morris The Jockey Morris Men have been active in Birmingham since their formation in 1949.
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Jockey Men's Morris


The Jockey Morris Men have been active in Birmingham since their formation in 1949.

As Jockey understand, there was a woman called Gwen Johnson who was a member of the EFDSS. She was not impressed with the standard of Morris Dancing that she had seen and hence her decision to create a young men's side. This was in 1949. The aforementioned lady lived in Jockey Road, Sutton Coldfield. Hence the name of the club. The rosettes that we wear on our kit are taken from the Sutton Rose motif and the Blue Baldrics are from the colour that is associated with the City of Birmingham where we are, of course, based.

We have performed all over the country and have been proud to represent Morris Dancing and the City of Birmingham in places as far flung as: Warwickshire/France/ Flanders/Holland/Germany.images