Morris Archives List

Ron Shuttleworth's collection of information about Mumming. Contact: Ron Shuttleworth
Recently presented analysis of trends and attitudes to Morris. Freely available Contact: Jack Worth
Detailed information about Mumming. Free on-line access Contact: Peter Millington
Fully searchable details of teams worldwide performing Morris and related styles, together with their repertoire. Basic information about dances and tunes. Links to team websites and many other sources of information about traditional dance. Open access to website. Editorial access restricted. Contact: Colin Andrews ++44 (0)1363 877216 bonnygreencolin (at)
Video recordings of various UK Morris sides made or collected since 2000 . Many available to purchase Contact: Steve & Heather Newland
The archive contains a lot of paperwork from the history of the Women’s Morris Federation and The Morris Federation, such as agendas, committee meeting minutes, AGM details, correspondence and side histories. There is also a photographic archive and the archives of a few dance sides have been donated when they folded. Contact: (Mike Everett)
Online notation for many dances. Extensive notes about different styles & Morris traditions on Contact: Jerry West
Instructional videos of morris workshops, available on DVD Contact:
Information about sides past and present, including dates, styles, costume and contacts. Open access for viewing and editing. Contact: John Edwards
Historical documents relating to traditional Morris dancing, held by the Essex Records Office. Access by request to ERO Contact: Chris Wildridge, Chairman, MR Archive
Documents covering the history of the Morris Ring from its inception in 1934 Contact: Charlie Corcoran
Photographs and related documents. Access by request Contact: Duncan Broomhead
Video archive. Many available for public viewing Contact: Duncan Broomhead
Roy Dommett’s Online Morris Notes 1986 and 2017 editions, edited by Anthony G. Barrand, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, Boston University Contact:
Documentary and photographic records of the team Contact: Gordon Blunt
Situated at Cecil Sharp House, the London headquarters of the English Folk Dance & Song Society. Extensive collection of material on traditional folk music, dance and song, including Morris. On-line catalogue and access to documents by arrangement. Contact: See website