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Abbots Bromley Horn Dance, a type of Morris Dance. The Horn Dance takes place in Staffordshire, England on Wakes Monday which is after Wakes Sunday, the first Sunday after 4 September.

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance, a type of Morris Dance. The Horn Dance takes place in Staffordshire, England on Wakes Monday which is after Wakes Sunday, the first Sunday after 4 September.

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Handcrafted Wood Mask, 'Horn Dancing'

Horn Dancing

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance - The Abbots Bromley Horn Dance is an English folk dance involving reindeer antlers and a hobby horse that takes place each year in Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire, England.

Morris Dancing - Abbots Bromley Horn Dance - The Abbots Bromley Horn Dance is an English folk dance involving reindeer antlers and a hobby horse that takes place each year in Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire, England.

Lumbo Elem. School Grade 6 Pupils in their Horn Dance Cover

Lumbo Elem. School Grade 6 Pupils in their Horn Dance Cover

The Abbots Bromley Horn Dance is an English folk dance involving reindeer antlers and a hobby horse that takes place each year in Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire, England.

A journey through the English ritual year: Abbots Bromley Horn Dancers performing on a local farm in Staffordshire

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‘The Players in the Abbots Bromley Horn Dance’ - Published in ‘Sir Benjamin Stone’s: Pictures - Festivals, Ceremonies and Customs’, England - via wikipedia

Horn Dancers by Butter Cross (Ref.2002-1334) The Abbots Bromley Horn Dance UK. A very old custom here.

Horn Dancers by Butter Cross The Abbots Bromley Horn Dance UK.

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance.  The original medieval hobby horse, photographed in the mid-1970s. It has since been replaced by a more realistic carving

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Abbots Bromley Horn Dance, late 19th cent The Horn Dance is performed annually on the first Monday after the first Sunday after 4th September. It dates back to the Anglo-Saxon period and is thought to commemorate the granting of hunting rights.  The dancers consist of a Hobby Horse, a Maid Marian, a Fool, a Bowman and six deer men

The Abbots Bromley Horn Dance, late cent The Horn Dance is performed annually on the first Monday after the first Sunday after September. It dates back to the Anglo-Saxon period and is thought to commemorate the granting of hunting rights.

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