TRADITIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL 2010
May 21st 2010
All nine schools in the cluster took part this year, involving some three hundred children. The event started at midday at Plumpton Racecourse and was attended by
The South East Folk
Arts Network believes that all children should know
about our folk art heritage, and since
early January 2010, the schools have been learning
the traditional dances of England.
The tutors have
been SEFAN, Ditchling Morris, staff members from
Plumpton Primary School and
Development South East (TRADS).
The dances include all forms of Morris dance,
Molly, Maypole and social dancing, and no more than
two schools performed the same style.
were entained by storyteller Jamie Crawford during