The Braybrooke Morris Dancers enjoyed a busy day at the weekend, with dancing planned at two venues on Saturday - and a meeting with the ‘Queen’.
Their first performance was at The Langton Brewery’s second Annual Beer Festival, where they danced from noon to 1.30pm. After that, they headed off to Braybrooke , the village at which the side were formed in 1989 and from whom they get their name.
Thne village was having a street party to celebrate the Queen’s birthday and someone disguise as the queen arrived to cut the ribbon - with her corgies of course (pictured above in the inset). The morris dancers danced for about an hour , including ‘The Braybrooke Stick Dance’ and got some of the audience to participate in dancing ‘Shephard’s Hay’.