Fleurs are aiming to restart the 2021 season with Covid safe practices.
Please come along and see us dancing out for your’s and our entertainment
June 1st at The Crown Court in Godalming 8pm
June 8th at The Hop Blossom in Farnham 8pm
June 15th at The Red Lion in Godalming 8pm
June 22nd at The Crown in Chiddingfold 8pm
June 29th at The Three Horseshoes in Cranleigh 8pm
August 21st 2021 we have been invited to dance at the St. Nicholas Church Fete in Cranleigh, more details to follow.
Fleur de Lys Ladies Morris were set up during the folk revival in 1976, we dance Stave, Cotswold and some Border dances.
We are a Ladies’ dance side with both sex musicians, and we occasionally dance out with Cup Hill Morris Men. Our emblem the Fleur de Lys or Lily flower, is one possible origin for the name of our County town Guildford ‘The Golden Ford’ referring to the Yellow and Purple Flag Irises that grew around the marshy fords, our kit reflects those vibrant colours. We dance Stave dances (back in the day taught to us by Roy Dommett), based on the processional steps of The Friendly Societies, along with Cotswold and Border styles, we also have our own Farncombe Tradition music and dances.
You will find us out and about all through the year, dancing at various local Pubs, Fetes and Town events, as well as further afield at Folk Festivals, so see you there!
We can be booked for private events, Fetes, Parties, Weddings, Care Homes etc, so if you are looking for something a bit different, get in touch to ask about our rates.
Bookings Jean Telford 07910627886 email@example.com
Musicians Kevin Gorton 01483 415962
Squire Mel Williams 07935931599
If you are interested in joining us as a dancer (ladies), or musician (ladies and gents), please get in touch. Morris dancing is great fun, and provides members with a great social life, every season brings a full calendar of event dancing, pub sessions and weekend folk festivals. We dance out all summer, and practice during the winter months on a Tuesday evening in Godalming, followed by a jar in the pub.
Please note we have had a change of website address from www.fleurdelysmorris.com to www.fleurdelysmorris.org