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Aug-18-2010 @ 11:38 AM                           Permalink
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A last-minute reminder for anyone in the vicinity of Ludham Bridge tonight, we have the Norwich group 'Kemps Men' Morris Dancers with us from 7.45, which promises to be great fun, and a bit different for us!

Hope to see some of you there

Lorraine

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Hi Lorraine, is there anything planned, entertainment wise, over the bank holiday weekend at all?

all the best
           Jim
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Hi Jim, I'm sorry, we don't have anything booked, purely because
this is our busiest weekend of the year, and we simply could not
cope with any extra visitors which entertainment would bring. this is
if the last 2 years are anything wto go by.
This may sound like complacency, but far from it. I would like
nothing more than to bring more people in, but if we did that we
would not be able to provide anywhere near the customer service
people would expect. We struggle at really busy periods as it is,
with food waits of up to 1 hour  due to the sheer number of food
orders coming in in a short time.

having said this, I would like nothing more than an impromptu
music/singing session if any visitors were to volunteer?

Regards
Lorraine


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Morris Dancing?  Gasp

That's my cue to engage billy big steps in the opposite direction, and plenty of em too  Tinhat


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LOL Griff, it was good fun, although not everyone's cuppa. They continued playing music long after the dancing finished, was a real 'country' athmosphere. Luckily the weather was nice enough (someone looked down on us last night) to all sit outside.

Lorraine

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Hi Griff,
Dont you worry about the Morris Dancing I will teach you the basic steps in time for the next meet then you can dance a jig, jocky to the fair or shepards hay.
Robin, member Adderbury Village Morris Men.




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how about him singing the yorkshire anthem at the same time robin?


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Looks like I'm going to have to bring my old guitar along then. Trouble is I can only remember about 2 songs and they get a bit boring after you've heard them for the fith time Smile

all the best
           Jim
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Hi Jim, bring your guitar, you will probably find no end of volunteers
to strum a tune, if you are happy to lend it.

Lorraine


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