Morris is a traditional form of dancing in Britain, with written records dating back over six hundred years. There are currently several hundred active teams (or ‘sides’) in the UK and many more in other parts of the world.
This site, started in early 2018, provides an easily searchable database of all the Morris teams (including related dance styles such as sword and Molly) and which dances each team does. We do not document dance notation, as some teams have their own unique dances which they prefer not to publish, but we do link to teams' web sites where they may choose to include that information.
Anybody is free to view team and dance information in the database. A login is only required to make changes. (see below)
Get your Team's Data On Line
We invite authorised team representatives to keep their team's data up to date. If
you are in a dance team that is not yet in the database, a good way to get it included and be able to keep it up to date is to contact us
to request permission to enter and edit your team's data online.
Alternatively, you can download a form
ODT), fill it in and return as
directed on the form. If you use the Word .DOC or OpenDocument .ODT you can edit
the file directly, print a neat copy and/or email to the address given on the form.