Hook Eagle Morris Men
"Speak softly....and carry a big stick" - Theodore Roosevelt
"Cooler than a snowman's nadgers!" - comment on YouTube
Sunday May 1st.
Mayday Sunrise (5:32am!)
At The White Hart Hotel, Hook.
From 10:00am - unlikely!
A Word from Our Founder:
“Well, what can I say other than express my delight that you have survived and will
soon enter into Folk History? Bless you all!”
Stuart J Foster - a proper vicar!
Well, we did make the Oxford Mail.
More importantly the Fleet News & Mail.
And the Day of Dance went well - here's a
Hook Eagle 2016 Events Programme
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Hook Eagle have been certified (You couldn't tell?)
Is morris dancing dying? Hook Eagle explain why not on Thames Valley Tonight
"Why do you paint your faces black?" - Hampshire Life colour spread
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Last updated 23rd April 2016.
Hook Eagle Morris is a men's Border Morris Team based in Hook, Hampshire, UK.
Practice night is Friday in the winter (October to April) at
Elizabeth Hall, Hook .
Afterwards you can usually find us at the Crooked Billet alehouse under the care of Richard and Sally Sanders,
purveyors of fine beer and chips to the gentry.
Call or Email one of the officers below for details of the venue.
|The Squire||Jonathon Buissonemail@example.com|
|The Foreman||Steve Hayesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
+44 (0)1252 642444
Newcomers are always welcome, be they novice, dancer or musician, just call one of the chaps above to confirm where we'll be on any specific Friday night.
Rain dispelled, Wars won, Tyrants vanquished, Sunrises Guaranteed, Crops fertilised, Earthquakes quietened, Floods mopped up, Virgins cured, most plumbing contracts executed. Beer and Donations actively encouraged.
Bookings accepted for Major Events, Festivals, Weddings and other festive occasions.
This site recommended in the Winter 1996 Edition of
the Morris Federation Newsletter
but nobody has said a good word since.
Hook Eagle Morris are members of the Morris Federation for reasons that have been lost in the oral tradition.
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We also appear regularly in neighbouring villages, including Hartley Wintney and Odiham:
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