We're Stone the Crows Border Morris

Based in Leyland in Lancashire, and with over 40 members we’re a well-established group of ordinary men and women who share a passion for English traditional dance.

The Border tradition originates from the English / Welsh border counties of Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Shropshire.

In lean times such as winter, agricultural workers might take to the streets to dance for money, disguising their faces and wearing tattered coats to grab your attention.

Our raucous stick dances derive from the towns and villages along the border, brought to life with energetic musicians and an irreverent sense of fun.

See us at folk festivals, community and charity events, or just out and about as the mood takes us.

Read more about us and what we’ve been getting up to – our News section below reports on recent dance outs and events and there’s images and video to enjoy here too.

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Latest videos

…and some of our favourites too

Dancing up the sun, May 2014

Cuckoo's Nest at Croston

Towersey Village Folk Festival

See more of our videos on our YouTube Channel