Rumburgh Morris is a mixed-sex side formed in 2008, dancing Cotswold Morris. It is based in the village of Rumburgh, Suffolk, with The Buck as headquarters, although practice sessions are held in the village hall at St. Margaret South Elmham.
Rumburgh Morris also performs mummers’ plays on special occasions.
Following the dancing we usually offer an evening of music and song.
What people say about us:
“Blast, bor, you’ve got yourself up suffin’ fancy, incha!” - Resident of Bungay, 15 May 2010
“One of Suffolk’s finest” - Colin Cater (Mardles magazine)
“It’s those bonkers Morris dancers” - shopper in Norwich city centre, 18 September 2010
“Thank you for last night’s entertainment. I was amazed at how many of you there were, the friendship and happiness you shared came through to your audience. The quality of singing afterwards was great, I was moved, went home singing and tapping my feet. Thank you, who needs TV?” - Tony Gowers, 10 August 2011
Website updated 20 April 2016
During 2015 we collected on behalf of the Halesworth Community Nursing Care Fund. The goal of the HCNCF is to develop an Information and Support Centre which will be built on land adjacent to Cutlers Hill Surgery. It will bring a wide range of services closer to home for people living in north-east Suffolk and south Norfolk. Anyone with a life limiting condition will be welcome to drop in and use the services on offer, which will include help understanding a diagnosis, wellbeing advice, complementary therapies, legal guidance and support for children and families. For more information, click HERE.
On Wednesday 30th September, we presented the grand total of £1,100 to Ted and Jane Edwards of HCNCF. Every penny will help towards the target of £714,000 needed to build the facility. Thank you, everyone who contributed.
During 2016 we will be supporting Clinks Care Farm. Click HERE to find out what it’s all about!